In Practice: Uses and Misuses of AI in Cybersecurity for Enterprises. Cognitive Prevention Tools, Predictive Cyber Risk Assessments and AI Cybersecurity Workforce
How can governments and enterprises prevent the next-generations data breaches? What we should be doing now? The speaker will address how criminals leverage AI to personalize their attacks, providing overview of future trends, case studies and best practices. The talk will focus on using cognitive applications and tools for conducting predictive cyber risk assessments and improving employees’ personal digital security resulting in up to 90% of data breach prevention. Furthermore, governments and enterprises will learn how to build a resilient AI workforce firewall culture.
Ina Wanca is a cybersecurity professor at New York University, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a Founder of AI Governance, a strategy consulting company. She is affiliated with Carnegie Mellon University, the FBI InfraGuard, the Council of Europe Cybercrime Octopus Community, and the Initiative for the Study of Emerging Threats at the Center for Global Affairs at New York University. Prominent cybersecurity and artificial intelligence scholar and advisor, known for groundbreaking contributions to social political, criminal justice, business issues, and her pioneering cyberlearning platforms. Previously, Ms. Wanca worked for the Crime Commission of NYC as a Director of Cybercrime Prevention where she pioneered the Predictive Prevention Lab. Throughout her career, Ms. Wanca has worked with various international, intergovernmental, diplomatic, and private organizations including the United Nations, the International Peace Institute, Bloomberg LP, and the U.S. Mission to the European Union.