The role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the cybersecurity ecosystem is a force multiplier, supplementing operational efforts across all phases of the cybersecurity lifecycle. In a world of rapidly evolving threats, AI can transform tasks like monitoring and adversarial attack detection while reducing security costs. Inversely, AI technology is deficient in cybersecurity controls, regulations, and the policies to govern it.
While AI benefits cybersecurity, it also presents new risks and threats. AI is vulnerable to exploitation and weaponization by bad actors and cybercriminals. AI systems require ethical and technical guardrails to ensure integrity. The convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity requires the framework, policies, laws and solutions to support it. To maintain a technological advantage while defending against threats, a whole-of-nation approach should be adopted and operate with cohesion across all sectors.
There is a very real need for public and private sector organizations to come together, share threat intelligence, promote innovation and thought leadership, and cultivate digital diplomacy with our allies.
Join us as we discuss:
- What is the state of AI in our nation and world?
- How is AI changing the way we do things?
- What frameworks are currently in place to protect AI?
- What are the pros and cons of AI regulation?
- How do AI and Cybersecurity interconnect with each other?
- What is the NAIC-ISAO?