Or, how apps might use your information? By collecting big data about individuals, are governments and corporations putting us at risk? Are companies exposing themselves to massive revenue loss because of data breaches?
Technologies like facial recognition, emotion recognition, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, drones, robots and the Internet of Things will radically change our world over the coming decade, but will these same technologies open up new attack vectors for cyber criminals?
In this keynote speech, technology futurist Shara Evans spills the beans on some very disturbing trends that will impact every business and consumer. Shara highlights the emerging technologies and business practices that are impacting our privacy, as well as increasing the risk of security breaches — including identity theft.
Shara also talks about the future of humanity, and how nanotechnologies and augmentation of our bodies may change what it means to be human, and along the way destroy our privacy forever.
By showing how and where your sensitive business and personal information may be compromised, Shara will raise your risk awareness and provide you with insights that will help you navigate the brave new world of ubiquitous connectivity.