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Thursday, April 22 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Disinformation Risk Management: Bringing Cognitive Security to a Modern SOC

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This talk is about cognitive security risk management and how security operations centre (SOC) services can be augmented to provide disinformation response. We'll examine the core functions of cognitive security, it's application, in theory and practice, at organization, country, and global scales, with examples including SJ Terp's recent work with the United Nations Development Programme.

A core challenge organizations face when including cognitive security practices into their operations is the effective allocation of detection, response, and mitigation resources. Using insights from AMITT (Adversarial Misinformation and Influence Tactics and Techniques), an open-source framework for describing the strategic, operational, and tactical elements of influence operations, we'll explore how responders can allocate resources to minimize attack surface, vulnerabilities, and potential losses.

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S J Terp

data scientist, CogSecCollab
Misinformation, adtech, crisismapping, artificial intelligence, machine learning and information security. Also Terry Pratchett, industrial photography, cool bridges and other awesome architecture.
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Roger Johnston

Security Specialist, Ubisoft
Roger Johnston is a security specialist at Ubisoft and a member of CogSecCollab.  In 2020, Cognitive Security Collaborative set up the CTI League's disinformation team, and continues to work with groups around the world to bootstrap communities of disinformation responders.His work... Read More →

Thursday April 22, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm PDT
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