Get insights and guidance on how to navigate the intricate landscape of Generative AI in cybersecurity in this thought-provoking discussion on securing the future of AI-driven technologies.   

Generative AI has tremendous potential to fortify security solutions through improved anomaly detection, predictive threat modelling, adaptive security measures, and enhanced simulation of cyberattacks. In this session, you’ll learn how this cutting-edge technology can revolutionize proactive defense strategies.

This live webinar covers:

  • A brief description of Generative AI, its capabilities and risk potential. 
  • Threats posed by Generative AI to cybersecurity, including misuses, manipulation, and the amplification of social engineering.  
  • Opportunities for Generative AI to enhance security solutions with specific use cases. 
  • Cautions for leveraging Generative AI with practical advice for organizational leaders to establish policy frameworks and procedural guidelines to mitigate unintended consequences.  

About the speakers

Susan Kahler, PhD
AI/ML Products & Solutions Marketing Manager 
Intel Corporation

Susan is a Product Marketing Manager for AI/ML at Intel. She has her Ph.D. in Human Factors and Ergonomics, having used analytics to quantify and compare mental models of how humans learn complex operations. Susan has written thoughtfully and compellingly about applied AI in the context of neural networks, deep learning, computer vision, and natural language processing. 

Ed Chyzowski 
Principal Product Manager

Ed Chyzowski leads Global Product Management for the Cybersecurity suite of Products and Services at Syntax. He is a seasoned technology executive with a broad perspective on both cybersecurity technology and the business impacts of the ever-changing threat landscape. His experience spans infrastructure, networking, software and systems integrations, multi-cloud migrations, and just about every type of enterprise cyber risk and vulnerability mitigation.