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Please join this online event where we delve into the transformative effects of emerging technologies.


Rafay Baloch


6:30pm - Event starts with welcome and introductions
6:40pm - Hand-over to speaker
7:30pm - Questions
8:30pm - Event closes


In this presentation, Rafay Baloch will delve into the transformative effects of emerging technologies such as IoT, the Machine-to-Machine Economy, Quantum Computing, the Metaverse, Artificial Intelligence, and Web 3.0 on privacy and security.

A significant focus will be on the erosion of public trust through Fake News and Deepfakes, supported by real-world case studies and investigations.

About the speaker

Rafay Baloch

Rafay Baloch is a globally renowned cybersecurity expert and white-hat hacker with a proven record of identifying critical zero-day security vulnerabilities in numerous web applications, products, and browsers. He is also the founder of REDSECLABS, a company specializing in security consulting, training, and a variety of other Cyber Security-related services.

His discoveries have been instrumental in safeguarding the privacy and security of millions of users worldwide.

Baloch has received various accolades, including being named one of the “Top 5 Ethical Hackers of 2014” by Checkmarx, one of the “15 Most Successful Ethical Hackers Worldwide,” and one of the “Top 25 Threat Seekers” by SC Magazine. In addition, Reflectiz listed him among the “Top 21 Cybersecurity Experts You Must Follow on Twitter in 2021.”

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Webinar: The Digital Horizon: How emerging technologies shape privacy and security
Date and time
Wednesday 19 June, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

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