Deepfakes: A Rising Cyber Threat

Deepfakes: A Rising Cyber Threat
A Q&A with John Farley of Gallagher

One of the most dangerous cyberattacks emerging on the threat landscape is also among the most difficult to detect or prevent. Deepfake technology enables perpetrators to mimic the voices and images of real people and it has significant consequences for companies, individuals and the democratic process. John Farley, managing director of the cyber liability practice of Gallagher, gave us an update on this concerning development.

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The Future of Cyber Defense

A Q&A with Wyatt Hoffman of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

As cyber-attacks continue to mount, private organizations are ramping up their security activities, and many wonder whether “active cyber defense” is the answer. Of course, what constitutes “active cyber defense” is an emerging debate for international lawmakers and policy makers, says Carnegie Endowment for International Peace senior research analyst Wyatt Hoffman. I asked him about this concept and the related issues at hand.

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