Privacy and Policy in the Age of Disinformation
As we head into an election year, privacy and policy are on the brain — and for good reason. Social media-driven disinformation was introduced in 2016 and over the years the industry has begun to navigate new roles for big tech and government, dissect privacy implications, and define a new era of journalism.
On October 17, Highwire will be hosting a media panel discussion on Privacy and Policy in the Age of Disinformation. Joining Highwire in the discussion will be leading cybersecurity, tech and policy journalists — including Reuters, Joseph Menn; Associated Press, Michael Liedtke; The Register, Shaun Nichols; and The Parallax’s Editor in Chief, Seth Rosenblatt — who will share insights on how disinformation campaigns are impacting society and business today, how their readers are responding, and their predictions for the future impact it will have on the security industry and journalism at large. The panel will be moderated by Highwire’s own Christine Elswick, Senior Vice President and head of our security practice.
Here’s what the night will entail:
- 5:30 – 6:15: Networking and Cocktails
- 6:15 – 7:15: Panel Discussion
- 7:15 – 8:00: Networking and Cocktails
This panel will be held at Highwire Public Relations’ San Francisco office:
727 Sansome Street, 1st floor
San Francisco, CA 94111
This will be an engaging, interactive discussion that you won’t want to miss. We can’t wait to see you there!
Interested in joining us? Register for free here.