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Shadow Surge: Confronting the Rise of AI-Powered Security Threats

Shadow Surge: Confronting the Rise of AI-Powered Security Threats

Combined Session
Wednesday, June 05, 2024 14:30—15:30

Executive Alert: Navigating AI-Driven Security Threats for Boards and C-Suites
14:30—14:50
 

This panel explores strategies for constructing AI threat-resistant infrastructures that surpass traditional multi-factor authentication (MFA) measures. With a focus on the executive perspective, discussions will highlight advanced defense mechanisms, integrating AI-driven security solutions, and the importance of a comprehensive, forward-thinking approach to protect corporate assets against increasingly sophisticated AI phishing threats.

Andrew Hughes
Director of Identity Standards
FaceTec
Andrew Hughes CISM CISSP is Director of Identity Standards at Ping Identity. He is a digital identity strategist contributing to international standards development. He works with international...
Patrick Parker
Founder and CEO
EmpowerID
Patrick Parker is the founder and CEO of EmpowerID, a company specializing in Identity and Access Management for over 20 years. He pioneered the unique use of Role and Attribute-Based Access...
Rolf Steinbr├╝ck
Senior Solutions Engineer
Yubico
Rolf Steinbrück is a Senior Solutions Engineer in DACH and CEE at Yubico. Before joining the company, Rolf worked at Sophos for over 17 years. There, he was responsible as Professional...
AI-Driven Identity Verification: Balancing Security and Privacy
14:50—15:10
 

In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, AI-driven identity verification has emerged as a pivotal tool in enhancing security protocols across various sectors. This presentation delves into the intricate balance between fortifying security measures and safeguarding individual privacy, a duality that is central to the ethical deployment of AI in identity verification. We will explore the latest advancements in AI technologies such as facial recognition, biometric analysis, and behavioral biometrics, highlighting their roles in revolutionizing the way identities are verified and authenticated. The discussion will also extend to the challenges these technologies face, particularly in adhering to stringent privacy regulations like the GDPR and ensuring the protection of sensitive personal data.

Furthermore, the presentation will examine the complexities and potential solutions in implementing AI-based identity systems that respect user consent and data minimization principles. We will investigate the use of machine learning algorithms in detecting and preventing identity fraud and their implications in terms of privacy intrusions. The presentation will aim at fostering a comprehensive understanding of how AI can be leveraged to enhance security in identity verification while upholding the highest standards of privacy. By addressing these dual objectives, we will propose a roadmap for developing AI-driven identity verification systems that are not only robust and efficient but also ethically and legally compliant, paving the way for a more secure and privacy-conscious digital future.

Adeel Javaid
Identity Management Engineer
EmpowerID
With 15 years of dedicated experience in the cybersecurity realm, I have cultivated a deep expertise in security engineering, compliance, and DevSecOps. My career journey has been marked by a...
Evolving Threats of Deepfakes and AI to Traditional ID Proofing and Verification Systems
15:10—15:30
 

Realistic simulations of human voice, video and text created by “Generative AI” systems have proliferated over the last few years. The simulations pose enhanced risks that Identity Proofing and Verification (IDPV) systems will be unable to distinguish real signals from fake ones. Organizations that rely on IDPV services to prevent fraud or impersonation are experiencing higher numbers and frequency of fraudulent attempts.
For this reason, we have established a new Discussion Group at Kantara Initiative to research how IDPV systems could be subverted or fooled by “deepfakes”, “Generative AI”, and other AI-related mechanisms. Group members are collecting and curating factual content about how ID Proofing systems work (and how they are vulnerable), how Generative AI works, the state of the art of spoof detection and prevention, and trends for future protections.
This session will cover the group’s work and highlight current vulnerabilities in ID Proofing systems that are prone to attack by AI-driven actors.

Andrew Hughes
Director of Identity Standards
FaceTec
Andrew Hughes CISM CISSP is Director of Identity Standards at Ping Identity. He is a digital identity strategist contributing to international standards development. He works with international...
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