The need for long-term strategic foresight in cybersecurity has never been greater.
The emergence of Web 3.0. A proliferation of inexpensive tools available to cyber criminals and malicious actors. Global supply chain frictions and shocks. Powerful new technologies, which raise fundamental questions about our digital health and safety even as they bring us closer together. These are just some of the trends that will once again transform the landscape of networked communication by 2030.
Join leading experts working at the intersection of people and technology, for a discussion on how cyber is set to radically change over the next 5-7 years. The conversation will explore the frontiers of deep fakes and disinformation, considerations for national security and critical infrastructure, the dynamics of tech and cyber equity around the globe, and the effects of human motivation and behavior on the cybersecurity opportunities and risks we will face in the next decade.
The UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity works to anticipate the cyber challenges of the future and articulate solutions that allow the world to adapt and prepare. Join us on September 27 as we kick-off Cybersecurity Futures 2030 with this special conversation and networking reception hosted at Swissnex in San Francisco.
Keynote: Deepfakes and Disinformation Circa 2030, Hany Farid, UC Berkeley
Panel: Ruby Booth, Sandia National Laboratories; Juliana Friend, UC San Francisco; Andrew Reddie, UC Berkeley; Additional panelist(s) to be announced
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