Conference Speakers on Trust

With the US Presidential Election coming around swiftly, the idea of who and what we can trust is returning to the public consciousness. While there are brilliant conference speakers who can look at what is likely to happen on the 3rd November, trust in news sources and candidates will be a crucial battleground and it is worth highlighting a few conference speakers that can enlighten your audience as to what they should trust.

Victoria Baines has worked in law enforcement and cybersecurity, before joining up with Facebook as their Trust & Safety Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa, who better to examine trust in the social media age? In speeches Victoria shines a light on the truth about who is most likely to share fake news, cybercrime and what it all means for organisations and individuals – there are few keynote speakers with more relevant messages at this moment in time.

Victoria Baines

A researcher and thought leader in web psychology and online behaviour, Nathalie Nahai is a conference speaker with fascinating and thought provoking content. Trust is a key are that she focuses on, and as we become more aware of online manipulation Nathalie focuses on the need for integrity and ethical behaviour to communicate effectively. As conference speaker Nathalie also looks at why certain online strategies are more effective then others, using examples as wide ranging as online donations to Obama’s presidential bid and dopamine loops on social networks to examine why we behave in certain ways online.

Nathalie Nahai

Rachel Botsman is one of the world’s leading researchers on trust and technology. She has analysed the sharing economy, the big tech firms (and what responsibilities they should have), and how all of this impacts society. Rachel is brilliant at taking complex ideas in areas like healthcare, elections and digital currencies, demystifying them in her speeches for a wide range of audiences. Rachel is widely renowned as a pioneering thinker who has literally written the book on trust.

There is also a dark side to trust, as Jenny Radcliffe is more than happy to explore in her speeches. A social engineer and security expert, Jenny has used the trust of others to enter secure locations around the world, showing the human frailties in security systems and now training organisations how to prevent this from happening. Having worked with law enforcement, the military, financial services and politicians, Jenny is also is a regular media commentator on security issues, having spent more than enough time finding holes in seemingly impregnable defences. As a conference speaker or after dinner, Jenny has a host of amusing stories and informative takeaways – and shows that a little trust can go a long way…

Jenny Radcliffe

As a leader in the security services, trust played a huge role in Eliza Manningham-Buller’s career: trust in her staff, their trust in her, Britain’s allies and in those supplying information at their own risk. A brilliant conference speaker who delivers lessons in leadership from the most demanding of environments, Eliza is insightful and humorous as she draws on her experience from her time at both MI5 and the Wellcome Trust.

Baroness Manningham-Buller

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