In today’s world, we’re constantly hearing about new tech terms and breakthroughs, from artificial intelligence (AI) to Zero Trust security. Government organizations are always trying to keep up, looking for quicker and smarter ways to get things done and keep their information safe. AI has been a big help, making tasks faster to complete than ever before. But, this progress comes with its own set of questions. What are the downsides of using AI, especially when it comes to the risks and ethical concerns?
With AI getting more powerful, so too are the tools available to cybercriminals, making it a double-edged sword. This webinar will talk about how the Zero Trust approach can help. Zero Trust means not taking safety for granted, no matter if someone is working inside or outside the company’s network. Panelists will look into how adopting Zero Trust can make a secure foundation for using new tech now and in the future, helping businesses stay safe and ahead of the curve.
Officer and Pilot, Special Operations Command, U.S. Air Force (Pending Agency Approval)
Dr. Chakib Chraibi
Chief Data Scientist, Office of Data Services, National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce
Data Science and AI Researcher, Business Management and Administration Directorate, U.S. Bureau of Land Management
Kevin Allen Dorsey
Senior Information Security Officer, Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Public Sector Chief Technology Officer, Infoblox
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
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