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DeepFake Technology: The Frightening Evolution of Social Engineering Schemes

Published 23 September 2021

Webinar | 1pm 25 November 2021

Deepfake technology is a form of artificial intelligence that is adept at distorting media to make something appear real. A increase in 'fake news' media demonstrates that deepfake videos are being used to trick audiences into believing stories that are, in fact, constructions. 

Join our cyber insurance experts, Robyn Adcock and Michael Herron, as we examine the threat deepfake technology represents for businesses. 

We will evaluate best practices to mitigate and transfer the liability if your organization is impacted, as well as outline the latest risk transfer mechanisms available in the cyber insurance market.

  • Gain the knowledge to successfully protect your organisation from potential threats now and in the future.
  • Identify best practices to address and mitigate exposure to deepfake technology.
  • Understand the benefits of leveraging the latest risk transfer mechanisms in the cyber insurance market to protect your organisation. 

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Gallagher provides insurance, risk management and benefits consulting services for clients in response to both known and unknown risk exposures. When providing analysis and recommendations regarding potential insurance coverage, potential claims and/or operational strategy in response to national emergencies (including health crises), we do so from an insurance and/or risk management perspective.
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