Will AI and ML Play a Role in the Future of Cybersecurity?

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Date: December 9, 2022
Time: 6.30 p.m. GMT/8.30 a.m. CST/ 8 p.m. IST
Topic: Will AI and ML Play a Role in the Future of Cybersecurity?

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Abstract: With the great shift in IT infrastructure due to the introduction of various novel technologies such as cloud, IoT, blockchain, etc., a new frontier has emerged for threat actors and cybersecurity teams, where many vulnerabilities are yet to be discovered. With security boundaries being starch across different platforms and a large number of devices, implementing security solutions will become a tedious process. The increasing quantity and variety of security threats further aggravate the strain on security. As cyberthreats become smarter and more evasive, security capabilities must evolve with the help of AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning). AI & ML technologies can not only deploy patches speedily with the help of bots but can also calculate and assign a risk score to actions and devices as part of behavioral monitoring. Allowing AL & ML to access the existing data sets will allow algorithms to identify anomalies quickly, thus, helping with real-time monitoring and spot detection of intrusions. This webinar aims to assess the degree of reliability of cybersecurity capabilities in AI and ML technology.

Key takeaways:

  • How AI & ML will help access management capabilities
  • Role of AI & ML in intrusion and malware detection
  • Use of AI & ML for user behavioral analysis
  • Importance of supervised and unsupervised learning toward improving security capabilities

Tejas ShroffTejas Shroff, Senior Director of Managed Security Services, NTT DATA Services

Bio: Cybersecurity evangelist Tejas Shroff has led multiple cybersecurity projects and initiatives. He is currently the Senior Director of Managed Security Services at NTT DATA, managing the identity and access management practice. Tejas is also an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), where he teaches various cybersecurity courses to graduate students at the Jindal School of Management. He is a board member of FBI-affiliated non-profit InfraGard National, serves on the advisory board for Collin College’s cybersecurity program, and mentors the UTD Cybersecurity Club.

*Examples, analysis, views and opinion shared by the speakers are personal and not endorsed by EC-Council or their respective employer(s)

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