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AI Ethics: Tackling Deep Fake Risks Responsibly

Artificial Intelligence – in the era where deep fakes are more easily produced by bots than humans, what can be done to teach businesses to use the technology responsibly and mitigate risks on public safety.

In the contemporary landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the emergence of highly sophisticated deep fakes raises profound concerns about the potential misuse of this technology. As deep fakes become convincing, surpassing the discernment abilities of humans, it becomes imperative to address the associated risks and implement robust safeguards to protect businesses and consumers. Trust is paramount in the widespread adoption of AI technology, and building confidence requires a multi-faceted approach.

Jonathan Kimmit

CISO, Alias Cybersecurity

Jonathan Kimmitt currently serves as Chief Information Security Officer for Alias Cybersecurity. Jonathan has supported Security and Privacy initiatives for organizations for over 20 years. He supports clients in incident response and program development for IT, cybersecurity and privacy departments. An active member of the industry community, he won the CISO Showdown Championship of Oklahoma, presented on cyber & privacy topics at over 300 events and helps lead community support as ISSA President, InfraGard board member, and an adjunct cybersecurity instructor for local small business and entrepreneur training programs. In his professional role, his focus is for industries, professionals, and leaders to grow and develop their security and privacy postures for organizations, employees, and communities.

Endré Jarraux Walls

CISO, Corporate Security Group

Endré Jarraux Walls brings over 26 years of experience in information technology, information security, and executive management, specializing in the development and implementation of technology and security controls in regulated industries. His career is marked by significant roles including Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, and Chief Operations Officer at a top 100 financial institution. He is currently the CEO of a Stealth FinTech Software company building tomorrow’s groundbreaking tech for financial institutions and brands. 

Mr. Walls’ professional journey is distinguished by numerous awards, reflecting his commitment to excellence in his field. He has been a member of the Forbes Technology Council and Newsweek’s Technology Expert Panel, and his insights and expertise have been published in several magazines and global publications. In 2023, he was recognized as one of the top 25 Cyber Security Leaders globally.

Mr. Walls’ academic credentials include studies at Capella University and Yale University’s School of Management.

Jake Liefer

Cybersecurity Strategic Consulting Regional Leader, Mandiant/Google

Jake is an experienced cybersecurity leader with a passion for transforming organization’s cybersecurity capabilities. He has nearly 15 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry, and has worked with Fortune 500 and global corporations to develop, operate, and mature their cybersecurity posture. Within the AI/ML space, Jake is currently helping address cybersecurity concerns at enterprise organizations around employee usage of GenAI LLMs, such as ChatGPT and Bard, as well as DevSecOps and vendor processes for enterprise implementation of AI/ML tools. As emerging AI/ML threat vectors are developed, such as deep fakes, Jake is building proof of concepts and assessing mitigation measures to secure clients from these new threats.

Morgan Wright

Chief Security Advisor, SentinelOne

Morgan is an internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy, cyberterrorism, national security, and intelligence. He currently serves as a Senior Fellow at The Center for Digital Government, Chief Security Advisor for SentinelOne, and chief technology analyst for Fox News and Fox Business. Morgan‘s landmark testimony before Congress on changed how the government collected personally identifiable information. Previously Morgan was a Senior Advisor in the US State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program, the Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the 2012 Republican National Convention, taught behavioral analysis at the National Security Agency, and spent a year teaching the FBI how to conduct internet investigations. In addition to 18 years in state and local law enforcement as a highly decorated state trooper and detective, Morgan has developed solutions in defense, justice, and intelligence for the largest technology companies in the world, including Cisco, SAIC, Unisys, and Alcatel-Lucent/Bell Labs. 

Laureen Smith

CISO Street Founder & Moderator

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