- Managing Risk from Generative AI
- The Impact of GAI on InfoSec and IT Cybersecurity
- The Future of AI in Security
- The GAI Impact on the Mainframe
- Master Class in GAI Discovery
- Harnessing the Human Factor of AI
CyberEd.io The Smarter Summit Empowers the Security Community Through Insightful Keynotes and Interactive solutions
Tanya Popova-Jones leads the team that develops a global library of resources and narratives for Google Cloud customers. These serve to provide transparency and guidance, enabling and accelerating the secure and trusted use of Google Cloud by addressing customers’ security, privacy, and regulatory compliance requirements.
Tanya has over 20 years’ experience creating customer success in the Tech industry, leading strategic assignments with a consistent track record of delivering results, setting up new services, growing business, and turning around troubled accounts. She is passionate about using technology to make people’s lives better and is always looking for new ways to develop and grow customer centric products, services, and teams. As an experienced leader of large in-house and virtual teams, Tanya is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in the tech industry and is committed to making Google a more inclusive workplace.
At CyberEd.io, we take pride in our lineup of esteemed speakers who bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our platform. Our speakers are industry leaders and subject matter experts who have excelled in their respective fields, and they play a crucial role in enriching the learning experience for our users. Some of the speakers you will hear in the sessions are members of our CyberEd.io Faculty.
We want to express our heartfelt gratitude to our esteemed speakers and, of course, to you for being a part of this thriving community.
At CyberEd.io, we’re on a mission to empower individuals to become cybersecurity experts, harnessing the incredible potential of AI. We couldn’t do it without your active participation and the unwavering support of our partners. Together, we’re building a network of knowledge-sharing and skill-building that makes us all smarter every day.
Our commitment is simple but unwavering: to bring you the absolute best in cybersecurity education and upskilling opportunities. We’re here to ensure that you have access to the most impactful resources, insights, and connections in the field.
In this event, we’re excited to explore a range of crucial topics, all centered around the vital role of AI in cybersecurity, including:
So, once again, thank you for being here. Let’s continue to learn, grow, and strengthen our cybersecurity community together, powered by the incredible capabilities of AI. Together, we’ll face the challenges of our digital world head-on, armed with knowledge and a shared dedication to AI-enhanced cybersecurity excellence.
Welcome to CyberEd.io, where learning never stops, and together, we get smarter every chance we get.
Scarlett Smith, Senior Lecturer, CyberEd.io
CyberEdBoard Talks – Presented by Google Cloud
This session is tailored to equip CISOs with insights into the interplay between human expertise and AI technologies in the context of cybersecurity. It will explore how synergy between human intelligence and AI can bolster the organization’s defenses and create a more resilient cybersecurity posture.
Heather and John will explore augmented intelligence, where AI systems amplify human capabilities rather than replacing them, the power of AI in threat detection and analysis, designing AI systems with a human-centric approach, and the ethical implications and potential biases that can arise from AI algorithms.
They will also examine the ways in which AI can be used to identify potential insider threats based on behavioral patterns and strategies for upskilling cybersecurity teams to effectively collaborate with AI technologies.
Marina Kaganovich, Executive Trust Lead, Google Cloud
Jayant Narayan, Advisor of AI Policy, United Nations
Heather West, Senior Director, Cybersecurity and Privacy Services, Venable
John Chan, Director of Technology – AI/ML, Raymond James
In addition to discussing unique risks at each stage of the Gen AI lifecycle, we will provide targeted recommendations for managing these risks, including internal governance strategies and third-party management.
Nick Farnsworth, Senior Associate, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Danny Healow, Managing Associate, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Managing and reducing the associated risk requires education, awareness and vigilance. One such disruption that has sprung up recently in a big way is Generative AI. It has caused a sea change in how organizations manage their cybersecurity programs and mitigate risks. To say the least, it has become a hot topic in CISO circles.
To vouch for this and share their observations, Cisco’s CISO Advisors team will be discussing how GenerativeAI and securing for it are a focal point for many conversations they are having in the security leadership community. They’ll discuss how it’s being used for nefarious purposes, the responsibility of putting guardrails around its use and how security orgs can benefit from its capabilities. All of this against the broader canvas of educating users on its use and raising awareness about the risks associated with its rise.
Dan DeSantis, Head, Cisco CISO Advisory Services
Pam Lindemoen, CISO, Cisco CISO Advisory Services
Increasing the autonomy of the SOC is a noble goal, especially for smaller organizations struggling to hire and retain the necessary cybersecurity skills. However, the need for self-learning and self-repairing capabilities in an autonomous SOC raises an important concern: If your IT and security system becomes self-referential and self-healing, how can you investigate to ensure it’s getting it right? Who watches the watchers?
This talk will explore:
Randeep Gill, Principal Cyber Security Strategist, Exabeam
In the face of this new security wilderness, these leaders must figure out how to govern and secure against risks created by new tools like generative AI, while still supporting innovation.
But mainframers and other platform leaders have traversed unfamiliar IT landscapes like this before—through governance, compliance, and processes. Now, they’re at a pivotal moment in this new exploration: facing the challenge of balancing both the risks and rewards of generative AI. Join Ravi Patil as he explores both sides of the coin as generative AI relates to the most vital enterprise data and applications: The ones on their mainframe.
Ravi Patil, Director, Cybersecurity Product Management & Strategy, Broadcom
What we do and how we do it are changing, and certain very specific domains like privacy, genetics, robotics, nanotechnology, physics, and even so-called soft sciences are poised to leap ahead. This heralds new opportunities for innovation, entrepreneurism and cybersecurity. In an AI-assisted cybersecurity digital world, the sky is truly the limit if you have the right mindset, flexibility and attitude. So, pay attention to the interesting things happening and hone your skills because cybersecurity is a superpower in this brave new world.
Sam Curry, VP, CISO, Zscaler
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