The Crossroads of Security, Privacy and AI Technologies
March 20 @ 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm
LOCATION ADDRESS (Hybrid in person and zoom)
In-person location pending
6:30 Door opens, food and networking (we invite honor system contributions)
7:00 SFBayACM upcoming events, introduce the speaker
7:10 speaker presentation starts
8:15 – 8:30 finish, depending on Q&A
The need for security surrounds us with phishing emails, mobile phone scams and enterprise breaches all too familiar. Privacy concerns have become part of our culture from privacy statements (few read) on every website to high-profile social media CEOs testifying before the Senate. AI is impacting nearly every industry and has entered the mainstream consciousness with the advent of ChatGPT.
Given this climate it’s important to understand the interplay between these technologies, resulting challenges and opportunities presented. Topics to be covered will be:
* The relationship between security and privacy.
* A brief overview of their vendor landscapes.
* Innovative product solutions and techniques particularly those leveraging AI.
* Overcoming technical challenges when these areas collide (e.g. generative AI).
Richard Schaefer is the lead architect at PrivacyCode.ai, a SAAS platform for building privacy into company processes and products. Previously he worked for over a decade in security at BlackBerry and Good Technology. He also performed technical and business roles at Sun Microsystems for 13 years. He was a technical reviewer for the Privacy Engineer’s Manifesto.