Defending online safety measures from deepfake and AI attacks
Date & Time
Friday, May 17, 2024, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Iain Corby

Please Note: This round table will be first come, first served. 

The target audience for this round table includes: More technically-focused T&S professionals would be welcome but the session is designed to be understood by those who are not technical experts.

This roundtable is an opportunity for T&S professionals to share their experiences of deepfake and AI based attacks on the measures they have put in place to protect users. It will hear a case study from Project DefAI, a project jointly funded by the UK and Swiss governments, to identify, defend and then test and certify those defenses, against such attacks on age assurance technologies.

There is a cat and mouse race to improve protective mechanisms faster than hackers can find ways to circumvent them. T&S professionals need to be aware of the risks, and the sector needs to demonstrate to the public, policymakers and other stakeholders that it is mitigating these risks, prioritising the largest attack vectors

Location Name
Full Address
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
Leeson Street Upper
Dublin D D04 A318
Summit Session Type
Round Table
Will this session be held under the Chatham House Rule?
Yes, this session will be conducted under the Chatham House Rule.