May
15
2:00 PM ET

4 key takeaways from new global AI security guidelines

Live Webcast|1 hour

In this webcast, we unravel the insights and implications behind the latest global AI security guidelines, distilling complex recommendations into four key takeaways that every cybersecurity professional should know. As nations grapple with the rapid adoption of artificial intelligence, regulatory bodies worldwide have collaboratively devised comprehensive guidelines to address the unique security challenges posed by AI technologies. Join our experts as they break down these guidelines, offering practical interpretations and actionable strategies to fortify your organization against emerging AI-related threats. From risk assessment frameworks to ethical considerations, we will explore the pivotal facets that shape the future of AI security on a global scale.

Speakers

Solomon Ugah
Director, Governance, Risk and Compliance
Rockwell Automation.

Solomon is an information security, GRC and privacy practitioner with about 15 years experience delivering enterprise information security programs across multiple industries including finance, legal, cloud, industrial automation and consulting. He is fully immersed in the world of risk management and how information security and compliance can be deployed to deliver a competitive advantage in high-velocity, quick-to-market product organizations. In his words, information security must deliver clear business value and not be a weight that impedes the maximization of market potential. It must show how it is firmly anchored to and supports the goals of the leadership team”. Solomon supports the GRC practice at Rockwell.

Bill Brenner
VP, Content Strategy
CyberRisk Alliance

InfoSec content strategist, researcher, director, tech writer, blogger and community builder. Senior Vice President of Audience Content Strategy at CyberRisk Alliance.

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