LIVESTREAM: 2019 Global Security Forum Day 2

LIVESTREAM: 2019 Global Security Forum Day 2

The two-day conference will explore the security challenges of modern disinformation and its implications for an increasingly interconnected world.

The Global Security Forum is an annual international gathering bringing together a multi-disciplinary network of experts, practitioners, and policy-makers from government, security, academia, media, entertainment, international organizations, the humanitarian sector, the private sector and beyond to come together to discuss the world’s most pressing topics. This invite-only event provides a unique platform for international stakeholders to convene and offer solutions that address the international community’s leading security challenges.

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Agenda for Day 2 — Wednesday, October 16 (all times local, GMT+3)

8:00 am (1:00 a.m. EDT) — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency, Dr. Khalid bin Mohamed Al Attiya,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defense Affairs, State of Qatar

– Interviewed by Mr. Steve Clemons, Editor-at-large, the Hill

8:45 am — PRESENTATION: You’re the F@ke! Why Fact Checking or Red Flags Won’t Work When Identity Trumps Truth
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral Science

9:00 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
Vice Admiral Alexandros Diakopoulos, National Security Advisor, Government of Greece

– Interviewed by Mr. Kevin Baron, Executive Editor, Defense One

9:30 am — PRESENTATION: 16 Years of Social Media: How Facebook (and others) Moved Fast and Broke Things
Mr. Jeffrey Cole, Director and Research Professor, Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication

9:45 am — FIRESIDE CHAT
His Excellency, Hassan al-Thawadi,
Secretary-General, Supreme Committee For Delivery and Legacy

– Interviewed by Mr. Mark Mazzetti, Washington Investigative Correspondent, New York Times

10:15 am — PRESENTATION: Five Years of Fighting Against Russian Disinformation in Ukraine: Lessons from StopFake
Mr. Yevhen Fedchenko, Co-founder and Chief Editor of StopFake.org, Director of Mohyla School of Journalism at National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

10:30 — Break

10:45 am — WORKSHOP III: Hamad Bin Khalifa University
TOPIC: “A War of Words, Disinformation in Transnational Challenges”
MODERATOR: Susan L. Karamanian, Dean, College of Law, Hamad Bin Khalifa University

SPEAKERS:
H.E. Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani, Director, Government Communications Office, Chairman of The Media City. State of Qatar
– Dr. Leslie Pal, Dean, College of Public Policy, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
– Dr. Ahmed Elmagarmid, Executive Director, Qatar Computing Research Institute, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
– Mr. Carlo Nardi, Strategy Manager, Counter Daesh Strategic Communications Cell

12:00 pm — PRESENTATION: Decision Making in the Disinformation and Deepfakes Era
Mr. Mounir Ibrahim, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Truepic

12:15 pm – 1:15 pm — Lunch

1:30 pm — PRESENTATION: The Psychology of Misinformation
Dr. Shuki Cohen, Director of the Center on Terrorism at the City University of New York’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice

1:45 pm — PRESENTATION: Disinformation Campaigns in Southeast AsiaMs.
Dr. Mia Bloom, Professor of Communication and Middle East Studies, Georgia State University

2:00 pm — PANEL III: Disinformation in the Marketplace: Financial Effects andCommercial Fallout
FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Phil Cowdell, Consulting & Strategic Planning Division, The Soufan Group
MODERATOR: Mr. Bobby Ghosh, Journalist and Member of the Editorial Board, Bloomberg

PANELISTS:
– Mr. Bret Schafer, Media and Digital Disinformation Fellow, Alliance for Securing Democracy
– Dr. Marie-Michelle Strah, Professor and Researcher at CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, ICJ Program
– Mr. John Montgomery, Head of Brand Safety, GroupM
– Mr. Alastair Aitken CBE, Global Managing Director, Storyful Intelligence

3:15 pm — PRESENTATION: The Human Voice: Deception and Misinformation
Dr. Rita Singh, Professor & Research Faculty, The School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University

3:30 pm — Break

3:45 pm — PRESENTATION: How to Identify, Quantify and Respond to Modern Disinformation
Mr. Phil Cowdell, Consulting & Strategic Planning Division, The Soufan Group

4:30 pm — PANEL IV: Disinformation and Legislation: Exploring Policy Options
FRAMING REMARKS: Mr. Nicholas J. Rasmussen, Former Director, National CounterterrorismCenter and Acting Executive Director of The McCain Institute for International Leadership
MODERATOR: Ms. Karen J. Greenberg, Director of the Center on National Security, Fordham Law School

PANELISTS:
– Ms. Keit Pentus-Rosimannus, Member of Estonian Parliament, Former Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Environment, Government of Estonia
– Mr. Mikael Tofvesson, Head of Global Monitoring and Analysis Section, Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
– Mr. Charles Spencer, Assistant Director of the International Operations Division, U.S.Federal Bureau of Investigation
– Mr. Jason M. Blazakis, Senior Research Fellow at The Soufan Center, Professor of Practice and Director, Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

5:15 pm — CLOSING REMARKS
Mr. Christopher Graves, President & Founder, Ogilvy Center for Behavioral ScienceMaster of Ceremonies


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