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Don’t Trust Everything You See: Deepfake Social Engineering And Cognitive Psychology | A Conversation With Dr. Matthew Canham | DeltaX Podcast With Ellen Xu

Episode Summary

What are the dangers of deepfakes? How is it related to cyber and cognitive psychology? Dr. Canham explains Deepfake Social Engineering: Creating a Framework for Synthetic Media Social Engineering.

Episode Notes

What are the dangers of deepfakes? How is it related to cyber and cognitive psychology? Dr. Canham explains Deepfake Social Engineering: Creating a Framework for Synthetic Media Social Engineering.

Deepfakes (a combination of “deep learning” and “fake”) leverages Artificial Intelligence to repurpose existing media to appear to be someone else. It’s the technology responsible for numerous applications in animation, entertainment, and... meme videos of Tom Cruise. But deepfakes have also been maliciously used for phishing campaigns, virtual kidnappings, and disinformation newscasts.

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Guest
Dr. Matthew Canham
On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-c-971855100/

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Host
Ellen Xu
On ITSPmagazine 👉 https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/ellen-xu

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Resources

Black Hat Presentation Slides: https://i.blackhat.com/USA21/Wednesday-Handouts/us-21-Deepfake-Social-Engineering-Creating-A-Framework-For-Synthetic-Media-Social-Engineering.pdf

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