Since ChatGPT went public on November 30, 2022, the world seems to have changed. My LinkedIn timeline was flooded with posts about ChatGPT and its applications. As is usually the case with new things, the timeline was also flooded with self-proclaimed experts. It looks like everybody is focusing on prompting though, which, although quite useful, puts you in the "user" seat. Well, I was never too much of a user.
I am a huge fan of automation; I strongly believe that automation, machine learning and / or artificial intelligence (whatever these terms mean for different people) are our best chance to tackle one of the biggest problems we have in the cyber security industry: the human limitations.
On Thursday, the 31st of May I was invited to participate in a panel discussing artificial intelligence and machine learning. The event, Geneva Information Security Day 2018, was organized by High Tech Bridge. If you don't already know High Tech Bridge, it's a Geneva - based security company which constantly gets awards and recognition for their AI technology. Just this week, High-Tech Bridge's ImmuniWeb was named the Winner in "Best usage of Machine Learning / AI" category at SC Awards Europe 2018.
I'm invited in the Geneva Information Security Day 2018 to participate in a panel in which we will discuss myths and reality around artificial intelligence and machine learning. You may request to join us if you are interested in either this subject, or GDPR or GRC strategy on a IOT and Cloud era. Respected colleagues will share their knowledge and experience and I personally cannot wait to discuss and engage in open discussions around all these topics.