Cybersecurity in the Age of LLM: Risks, Opportunities, and the Future of AI-Driven Information Security

  • Thursday, 25 May 2023 7:00PM SST (25 May 2023 11:00 UTC)
  • Speaker: Matthew Toussain

With the rapid development of large language models (LLM) and generative AI, the landscape of cybersecurity has experienced a paradigm shift. In this one-hour webcast, we will delve into the emerging information security risks and opportunities associated with LLM and cyber deception operations. As these technologies become increasingly sophisticated, it is imperative for organizations to stay informed about potential threats and best practices in order to maintain a strong security posture.

The webcast will begin by examining the risks posed by LLM, specifically focusing on the role of AI in cyber deception operations. We will explore how threat actors are leveraging generative AI to create more convincing phishing attacks, fake news, and other malicious campaigns. Attendees will gain valuable insights into the latest trends in LLM-enabled cybercrime and the strategies required to mitigate these risks.

We will then shift to the positive impact of generative AI in the information security services industry. The discussion will demonstrate how these technologies can enhance the efficiency of cybersecurity operations and contribute to the creation of high-quality findings and reports. Attendees will learn about innovative applications of AI in threat intelligence, vulnerability management, and incident response, as well as the importance of collaboration between security professionals and AI researchers.

Join us in exploring the rapidly evolving world of AI-driven cybersecurity and arm yourself with the knowledge and strategies needed to secure your organization in the face of emerging threats. This webcast is a must-attend for information security professionals, IT managers, and anyone interested in staying ahead of the curve in the ever-changing world of cybersecurity.