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The Cyber Hacks Podcast

9th Feb, 2021

How secure is your business from a potential cyber attack?

This March sees Gemserv launch a new podcast series “The Cyber Hacks”.

Each week will see our experts joined by thought leaders, as they investigate emerging cyber threats and new capabilities which are pushing the boundaries of our understanding in the world of cyber security.

Join our Head of Information Security, Adam Harrison and Principal Data Protection Consultant Natasha Singh as they launch the Cyber Hacks Podcast in March.

Episode 1

We are delighted to welcome special guest Nina Schick to The Cyber Hacks podcast.

A political commentator, writer and broadcaster, Nina specialises in how disinformation and technology are reshaping geopolitics and democracy. Nina is on forefront of disruptive politics working on decisive European political campaigns and elections, including the UK’s 2016 EU Referendum, Brexit, and Emmanuel Macron’s successful bid to become French President in 2017.

‘The Problem With Truth’ episode will highlight the way in which AI is being deliberately manipulated in a cynical attempt to change the collective perception of the truth of actual events and our understanding of them.

It will discuss the malicious efforts of the highly motivated, capable bad actors that are attempting to further erode public confidence in our government, democratic institutions and public figures. It will raise key questions such as how this is being driven, by whom and for what malicious objective. We will discuss controversial topics such as disinformation and conspiracy groups including their role in recent US events.

Key topics will include, what response and leadership in this area can we expect from western democracies and how do we protect ‘Truth’ in the age of synthetic media.

Authors

Adam Harrison

Cyber Security Business Partner EMEA

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Natasha Singh

Principal Consultant – Privacy & Data Protection

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