The Impact of AI on Cybersecurity

The Impact of AI on Cybersecurity

The Cybersecurity Summit

Educational Session

Register By March 2, 20219:00 AMET

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed and will continue to change how cybersecurity and privacy professionals protect their institutions’ secret, confidential, and private information. Increasingly, institutions defending their data against the most sophisticated, coordinated, and persistent cyberattacks are relying on AI-driven solutions. This panel will discuss how AI will likely influence the reasonableness standard in courts of law that must determine whether a litigant accused of negligent cybersecurity or data privacy management practices had reasonable safeguards in place when its systems were compromised and its most sensitive data was stolen. How nation-state level cyber-attackers engaging in cyber-espionage use AI to attack and how public and private institutions use AI to defend will also be a topic of discussion. Finally, the panel will address how the rapid rise of remote work or telework has created new cybersecurity and privacy risks that AI is especially well-suited to help institutions mitigate. Join us to hear experienced public and private sector cybersecurity and privacy experts discuss the impact of AI on these evolving challenges.

Kia Williams

Kia Williams

Director - Litigation Counsel
Mattress Firm

Huston, Pat Photo

R. Patrick Huston

Brigadier General
U.S. Army

Hopkins, Ed

Ed C. Hopkins Jr.

Partner, Data Security and Workplace Privacy Practice
Fisher & Phillips LLP

Sharaf, Ahmed

Ahmed Sharaf

President & COO
Xband Enterprises, Inc.

Cybersecurity Summit attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the recently released 2020 State of Cybersecurity Report, An In-house Perspective, for $300 off of the list price with their conference registration only.

Building on the results of the 2015 and 2018 editions of this survey, this report sheds light on the growing role that legal departments are playing in organization-wide cybersecurity policies and practices.

The data included in the report represents 586 companies in 20 industries and 36 countries around the world, providing a comprehensive understanding of how legal departments in organizations of different sizes engage in cybersecurity matters. The respondents’ diversity allows us to learn lessons that can be applied on a global scale to face a threat that is also global in nature.

Up to 8 CLE credits for all programming
*pending approval

Association of Corporate Counsel Cybersecurity Summit

Colleagues – feel free to take advance of my 20% Speaker Guest Registration Discount: SPKRGST

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