The notion of national security has expanded to include protection of democratic systems from attacks launched through social media and other tech platforms. Juliette Kayyem—an expert in homeland security, lecturer at Harvard’s Kennedy School, CEO of Zemcar, board member of AirBnB and the Red Cross of MA, and President Obama’s Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the DHS—will be addressing the critical need for technology platforms to make security and authentification a priority when she speaks at this year’s TRANSFORM on November 17th.
Juliette recently addressed the goals of Russia’s social media usage during the 2016 election. Listen to her interview below:
.@Facebook isn't just a platform. It sells 30 billion dollars in ad revenue. Russia bought its targeting capacity. @CNNTonight @CNN pic.twitter.com/nAJ9xWFEmc
— Juliette Kayyem (@juliettekayyem) October 13, 2017
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