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Publication Launch - Weaponised deep fakes: national security and democracy

Speakers Hannah Smith, Katherine Mansted and Danielle Cave

ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre warmly invites you to a webinar for the launch of ASPI's newest publication - Weaponised deep fakes: national security and democracy.

Deep fake technology allows cyber criminals, political activists, and nation-states to quickly create cheap, realistic forgeries. They have the ability to enhance cyber attacks, accelerate the spread of propaganda and disinformation online, and exacerbate declining trust in democratic institutions.

Join the authors of this new report, ASPI's Hannah Smith and Katherine Mansted, of ANU's National Security College, in a discussion, moderated by APSI's Danielle Cave, about the deep fake landscape, how this technology can be weaponised and what can be done to mitigate their impact.

Please click here to register for this event.

More information on ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre can be found here.


Hannah Smith

Hannah worked as a Researcher working with the International Cyber Policy Centre until early 2020. 

Katherine Mansted

Katherine Mansted is senior adviser for public policy at the Australian National University’s National Security College.

Danielle Cave

Danielle is Director - Executive, Strategy and Research.