Somewhat related to Is malware or screen capture possible with iMac as external display?, where we investigate the possibility of a DMA attack through DisplayPort, nowadays, many machines don't even have a dedicated port for connecting an external display, but instead of rely on a single USB Type-C port type to accommodate both in and out power delivery and charging, as well as networking, external display graphics (through DisplayPort or HDMI Alternate Mode), as well as the plain-old USB.
With the advice against using USB ports in airports finally becoming mainstream now in 2019 — https://www.zdnet.com/article/officials-warn-about-the-dangers-of-using-public-usb-charging-stations/ — what are you supposed to do as an end user to use an external display? Do manufacturers do any sort of threat modelling here, or are we supposed to assume that noone would spend the time to develop fully functional malware infecting computers and networks of speakers at various conferences?
Is the best practice now to outright refuse giving a presentation from your own laptop in auditoriums where the laptop and the external monitor equipment have distinct owners? Or is there a way to protect yourself from being potentially exposed thanks to such a versatile port as USB Type-C?