Moderated by Oita Coleman
Voices can now be cloned and “synthesized;” well-recognized voices can be taken apart and re-assembled to speak new scripts and even new languages. Gamers who assume new online identities with avatars can also obtain a new, unique, human-like voice – created, uniquely, to a desired tone, range, and accent.
All this opens new worlds of data analysis, of potentially significant benefits and risks to business and society. It also opens new areas of opportunity for cybercriminals, and new data security concerns for enterprise leaders.
Join members of the Open Voice Network’s Security Work Group on Wednesday, 5 October at 18:00 CET / 12:00 ET / 9:00 PT for a 30-minute discussion on maintaining data security for voice users, focusing on their recently published white paper, Data Security Specific to Voice. This webinar will include a panel discussion and Q&A session. Guided by moderator Oita Coleman, the webinar features a duo of esteemed panelists:
We look forward to sharing our findings with you! Don’t miss this unique webinar experience.