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Can the real AI please stand up!
May 26, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
May 26th, 2020 : can the real AI please stand up!, Ralf Benzmueller G DATA CYBERDEFENCE AG
Artificial Intelligence in cybersecurity as such is not just a smart solution to prevent digital fraud, it’s the answer to the future of human-machine secured transactions. Artificial intelligence techniques can be used to learn how to remove noise or unwanted data and to enable security experts to understand the cyber environment in order to detect abnormal activity. Ai can also benefit cybersecurity with automated techniques to generate whenever cyber threats are detected. Artificial Intelligence is able to analyze massive amounts of data and allow the development of existing systems and software in an appropriate way to reduce cyber attacks.Similarly, the implementation of AI for cyber security solutions will help to protect organisations from existing cyber threats and identify new types of malware. But AI techniques can equally be misled, using other AI engines and automation to unlock reactions from systems in order fo them to operate differently. G DATA has been using AI techniques already for a number of years. Ralf will show how this works, what can be expected for Security Operations and Cybersecurity analysts.
About : Ralf serves as the Head of Securitylabs of G DATA Software AG. Benzmüller and his team of experts are constantly fully up to speed with what new trends and subjects are occurring in antivirus research, in close cooperation with international IT security research institutes all over the world. His remit includes the identification, analysis and assessment of new attack scenarios plus the development of new, proactive protection concepts that effectively protect users from still unknown threats on the Internet. Ralf has worked for G DATA since 1999 and has also been a guest lecturer for the IT Security course at the International School of IT Security since 2008. He is a frequent speaker at LSEC events, partner with LSEC in joint research projects and supports the Belgian G DATA team in their technical developments.