VIRTUAL EVENTS -ON DEMAND
What is Trust and Safety An Interactive Discussion with Industry Leaders
September 20, 2023
Company & Presenters:
- Jessica Ballard, VP, Risk & Claims, Outdoorsy
- Jan Eissfeldt, Global Head of Trust & Safety, Wikimedia Foundation
- Jake Kennedy, EMEA Lead, Actor & Behavioural Policy, Meta
- Caroline Humer, Co-Founder and Head of Programmes, Trust & Safety Forum
- Sujata Mukherjee, Head of Global Research, Trust & Safety, Google
- Nile Johnson, Senior Director, Applied Trust and Safety, Institute for Security and Technology
Over the last decade we have seen a new discipline emerge within the technology field called Trust & Safety. By now, most established online platforms have cultivated and resourced dedicated trust and safety teams, but often without a comprehensive grasp of concrete objectives or a clear mandate within the overall business framework. In other cases, trust & safety is seen as a ‘necessary evil,’ with professionals under-resourced, overworked and under-appreciated for their work and successes. Trust & safety professionals are tasked with identifying and combating a wide range of online harms including fraud, scams, hate speech, CSAM / CSEM, cyberbullying, violent and extreme content, misinformation and more.
Join us on September 20th for an interactive event to gain insights directly from trust & safety leaders responsible for keeping communities safe at prominent online platforms, including Google, Meta, Outdoorsy, Wikimedia Foundation, and more. Discover how they define the concepts of trust and safety, delve into the current challenges confronting their trust & safety teams, and gain foresight into the evolution of this discipline over the coming years. Moreover, attendees will be invited to actively engage in this interactive session as we collectively explore these topics with surveys, Q&A and more.
Marketplace Risk has partnered with the Trust & Safety Forum to host this interactive conversation.
About Trust & Safety Forum: Trust & Safety Forum offers a cohesive and international space open to all stakeholders, from platforms to regulators, inclusive of trusted ﬂaggers, solutions providers, and governments committed to a trusted and safer digital environment today and for the future.