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Preventing Random Forest Fires: AI Risk and Security First Steps
Artificial intelligence presents a new set of challenges for organizations and security professionals alike. Lack of knowledge and immature processes can lead to unexpected failures with devastating consequences. These consequences haven't gone unnoticed, and new legislation worldwide is focusing on mandating controls around the development of AI.
Oddly enough, in many organizations, the responsibility for security, safety, and privacy related to AI development falls outside of the security team, leaving individuals with the skills to provide perspective on these topics out of the loop.
This trend needs to change. Whether evaluating tactical threats to a system or building a framework to comply with future regulations, security professionals need to be part of the solution.
In this webcast, we look at the landscape of these new risks and suggest some steps you can take when getting started.
Head of Cybersecurity Research
Nathan Hamiel is Head of Cybersecurity Research at Kudelski Security, an international security company providing innovative and tailored solutions to enterprises and public-sector clients. Nathan works in the innovation group defining the future of services and products for the company. A security veteran with a strong focus on software security, he has spent his nearly 20-year career helping customers around the world solve complex security challenges.
Nathan is a regular public speaker and has presented his research at global security events including Black Hat, DEF CON, HOPE, ShmooCon, SecTor, ToorCon, and many others. He is a member of the Black Hat review board where he evaluates research for inclusion into the various conferences around the world.
Director of Analysis
Based in San Francisco, Brianna Leddy is Director of Analysis at Darktrace. She joined the analyst team in 2016 and has since advised a wide range of enterprise customers on advanced threat hunting and leveraging cyber AI for detection and response. Brianna works closely with the Darktrace SOC team to proactively alert customers to emerging threats and investigate unusual behavior in enterprise environments. Brianna holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.