AI-powered Cybersecurity

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 13, 2020     START TIME: 14:30    LOCATION:  AMMERSEE I
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Utilizing AI to defend yourself from attackers and solidify your surroundings becomes increasingly crucial. It is important to better understand where AI comes into play in the industry, what tangible results does it have and how to leverage its extensive potential. Dynamism in the infrastructure and volatile growth of IoT point out on the prominence of implementing better security solutions and approaches. From biometrics to context-based identity and artificial intelligence, IAM will continue to maintain its importance and grow in scope and scale. 

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Panel: Ethical and Governance Challenges at the intersection of AI and Cybersecurity

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 14:30-15:30

Panel: Ethical and Governance Challenges at the intersection of AI and Cybersecurity
Doc Searls, Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society • Dr. Mariarosaria Taddeo, Digital Ethics Lab, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford • Mario Beccia, European Defence Agency • Marisa Monteiro Borsboom, Humanity Of Things • Lorenzo Pupillo, CEPS (Centre for European Policy Studies) • Adam Bowering, European Parliament • Florian Pennings, Microsoft

Members of the task force on Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity (launched by the Center of the European Policy Studies) together with other experts will discuss the technical, ethical and governance challenges posed by the intersection of AI and cybersecurity. Talk about the vulnerabilities caused by the development of AI-enabled systems and to how to deal with them, overview possible EU policy measures to ease the adoption of AI in cybersecurity in Europe.

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Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 15:30-16:30

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Mario Beccia, European Defence Agency


Let's Get #DeepReal
Doc Searls, Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society

Deepfakes take us to the bottom of the uncanny valley—that perceptual place where human likeness is faked so well that it becomes extremely creepy, and perhaps even dangerous. So, what would be deepfake's opposite? Or, better yet, how can we escape manipulation by those hoping to fake us out perfectly? Doc Searls suggests #deepreal: a label for what's fully human in the digital world. In his keynote, Doc will describe several ways to make #deepreal a real thing, including some already...

Identity Analytics is the Most Important Threat Mitigation Tool

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 Time: 17:30-18:30

Identity Analytics is the Most Important Threat Mitigation Tool
Steve Hutchinson, GE Digital

Identity Analytics (IdA) has made the journey from hyped buzzwords to an integral part of our modern identity services. IdA today is incorporated into the decision-making tier of a number of IAM services such as risked-based authentication, data-driven access requests, and intelligence-based access certifications. But how can the benefits of IdA be leveraged to provide increased insights into your threat management program? This presentation will demonstrate how to incorporate identity...

Panel: The Idea and Benefits of Business Process Driven Data Protection and Access Management (BPDDPAM)
Andreas Mergner, PwC • Petter Bergström, PwC

Implementing AI to categorize objects (structured and unstructured data) and subjects (users, organizations and business processes) in their dynamically changing states during their life cycle opens up new and smart solutions on how to manage their access and protection. Especially for unstructured data and transient information clusters proper management of access rights is a crucial factor. Automatic real-time categorization opens up the possibility to address these complex requirements...

Combining AI with Mobile Operator Data to Combat Identity Fraud
David Pollington, GSMA

Digital transformation is revolutionizing the way we live our lives, and with the associated rise in online banking, social media, e-commerce and peer-to-peer services within the sharing economy, a verified digital identity is becoming a crucial ingredient to its success. And yet identity theft and the rapid growth in synthetic identities threatens to undermine the credibility of this new digital world. This presentation will dive into the economic cost of identity fraud and how insights...

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