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Friday, September 24 • 9:30am - 10:00am
Preventing an OWASP Top 10 in the world of AI

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Abstract:
According to McKinsey & Company, by 2030, companies who fully absorb AI could double their cash flow. As AI continues to be deployed into complex settings (healthcare, transportation and financial services), policy makers have warned against the potential abuses of AI and ML for cybercriminals’ gain. At the same time, the cybersecurity community has highlighted the benefits of using these algorithms to identify and defend against threats by automating the detection of and response to attempted attacks.

To prevent a future where OWASP releases a top 10 for AI threats, we need to broaden the conversation around how AI systems can themselves be secured, not just about how they weaken or augment data and network security. In this session, the speaker will offer the benefits of utilizing this emerging technology while illustrating some of its vulnerabilities. He will demonstrate how a simple AI chatbot, like those used by so many companies today, can be easily manipulated. He will also offer suggestions for protecting the algorithms from being compromised. The conversation will include practical ideas on how an organization should structure its AI program including: Whether to utilize Human In The Loop (HITL) to ensure that a person controls when to start or stop any action performed by an AI system; How best to lock down AI based on data classification policies; and Why it is important to analyze log data in real time to provide AI threat monitoring, event correlation and incident response.

Speakers
avatar for Aaron Ansari

Aaron Ansari

VP Cloud Security, Trend Micro
Aaron brings practical knowledge which allows him to deliver tailored solutions for his clients. This knowledge comes from over a decade as a security practitioner in the Financial Services vertical.  At BMW Financial Services, Aaron served as the Chief Security Architect. He oversaw... Read More →


Friday September 24, 2021 9:30am - 10:00am EDT
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