TAG Cyber 2023 Q1
NEW YORK, January 26, 2023 (Newswire.com) - TAG Cyber, a leading provider of cyber security research, analysis, and training, announced today the publication of the 2023 Q1 edition of the TAG Cyber Security Annual. The edition focuses on deepfakes, exploring the world of deepfakes and reporting on the latest threats and positive uses of this technology.
Deepfakes have become increasingly prevalent in politics and the entertainment industry in recent years. However, they now threaten business and enterprise as well. In this edition, readers will learn about the latest deepfake technologies and how they are being used to spread defamation, disinformation and propaganda. The articles also explore the potential positive uses of deepfakes, such as in education.
The publication also covers audio deepfakes, which have become increasingly prevalent in recent years. Audio deepfakes are being used now to hack into company networks to steal large sums of money, impersonate individuals, and even manipulate stock prices. The edition explores the latest audio deepfake technologies and how they are being used to spread misinformation and propaganda.
"Deepfakes are a rapidly evolving technology that has the potential to cause significant harm," said Dr. Edward Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber. "This edition of the TAG Cyber Security Annual provides readers with the information they need to understand the dangers of deepfakes and how to protect themselves and their organizations."
The TAG Cyber Security Annual is available for free download on the TAG Cyber website.
For more information please contact Lester Goodman, Director of Content, TAG Cyber: [email protected]
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TAG Cyber is a trusted cybersecurity research analyst firm, providing unbiased industry insights and recommendations to security solution providers and Fortune 100 enterprises. Founded in 2016 by Dr. Edward Amoroso, former SVP/CSO of AT&T, the company bucks the trend of pay-for-play research by offering in-depth research, market analysis, consulting and personalized content based on hundreds of engagements with clients and non-clients alike—all from a former practitioner's perspective.Contact Information:
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