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A CISOs insights on the rise and risks of AI (Online)

Join us for an enlightening webinar on the AI revolution. Dive into the risks and secure adoption of AI, whether you're an individual user or an organization venturing into model training with sensitive data. Learn about AI/ML components, associated risks, and emerging management standards. Elevate your understanding and emerge as a champion of responsible

Event Start: Wed 22 Nov 05:00 PM ACDT
Event Finish: Wed 22 Nov 06:00 PM ACDT

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<p>No doubt you have been following the rise of AI – may be even dabbled with a little bit of generative AI over the past few months by using Open AI’s ChatGPT, Google’s Bard, Meta’s Llama 2 or may be something else. May be knowingly use it. May be unknowingly been influenced by it.  <br>In this presentation, you will hear not only about some of the risks associated with AI, but how to securely adopt AI as a user, and as an organisation. Particularly where you may be going as far as training your own model for a specific purpose. May be even using customer data.<br><br>In this session, you will learn about: <br>•    Components of an AI/ML solution <br>•    Risks associated with using AI/ML <br>•    Risks associated with building AI/ML models involving sensitive data <br>•    Nascent management standards for AI/ML (ISO and NIST) <br><br><strong>Key takeaways:</strong><br>Attendees will walk away with an understanding of the risks of AI and how to securely adopt AI as a user or as an organisation leveraging sensitive information like customer data in machine learning models. You’ll finish the session as a champion for the responsible adoption of AI. <br> </p>

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Andrew Robinson

Andrew Robinson

Andrew started his career in the startup world and went on to perform in cyber and information security advisory roles for the Australian Federal Government and several Victorian Government entities.
Andrew has worked worldwide, including financial services in the UK and, more recently, across a wide variety of industries, including data centres, tech start-ups, health, education, transport and critical infrastructure.
Andrew has a Masters in Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism (PICT), specialising in Cyber Security and holds IRAP, ISO 27001 LA, CISSP, CISM and SCF certifications.
 

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