Artificial Intelligence -A Threat to Security or an Essential Aspect of Resilience?


January 23, 2019
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly 

13:00 - 16:30

    There are clear benefits to be seen in the development in artificial intelligence (AI) in the cyber security sector and it will undoubtedly transform the cyber space, hopefully for the better. But the current uncertainty about how businesses interact, deploy, utilise and benefit from AI may have a knock on effect with regards to the security preparations that organisations should be making. Cognitive technology can assist in harmonising critical infrastructure delivery with supply chain provision; the digitisation and monitoring of healthcare services can be supported by medical concerns widely expressed on social networks; and security systems can be even more effective when integrated with intelligence systems.

    But Artificial Intelligence can only work when it is paired with human understanding. This critical CSARN briefing discusses the future challenges and security concerns that emanate from a resistance to change; the type of resistance that could restrict growth and leave organisations vulnerable to attack.

    Leaders who should attend:

    • CISO’s
    • Cyber system specialists
    • CNI consultants
    • Government agencies
    • Intelligence and law enforcement organisations

    Areas to be covered include:

        • Securing critical national infrastructure
        • Identifying the gaps in human vs AI understanding
        • Mechanisms for identifying security breaches using AI
        • How government systems, local authority services and humans can work together
        • How properly deployed cognitive technology can assist organisations to grow

        Confirmed speakers:

        Bharat Thakrar
        Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Cyber Evangelist, The Learning People
        A.I. – Friend or Foe? Implications for security and resilience

        Alan Jenkinson
        Associate Partner, Cognitive Solutions (Defence, Intelligence and Policing), IBM Global Business Services (UK&I)

        Delegate Fee

        CSARN Members | FREE

        Standard Fee | £189.00

        Public Sector | £109.00

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