Cybersecurity

March 10, 2020

Securing Personal Data for AI/ML Computing in the Cloud

Serge Vilvovsky Cybersecurity & Big Data Engineer MIT Startup Exchange Overview In this presentation, Serge Vilvovsky, a Cyber Security and Big Data Engineer for MIT Startup Exchange, discusses some of the obstacles and solutions to protecting private and sensitive data in the cloud. Oftentimes accompanying cloud storage is cloud computing… Read More

March 10, 2020

Secure Your Code Via AI

Eliezer Kanal Technical Manager, Cyber Security Foundations, CERT Division Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute Introduction In this presentation Eliezer Kanal, a Technical Manager at CERT, talks about the possibilities involved with writing secure software that is not vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Developers have created many techniques to help write secure… Read More

March 10, 2020

Leveraging AI in Cybersecurity Risk Modeling & Mitigation

Christopher Novak Director, Threat Advisory Research Verizon Wireless Introduction Originally, there was a poor understanding of why cyber breaches were happening. In the early 2000s, Verizon began developing standardized methodology for describing breach incidents. This helped to prioritize which breaches were most troubling or urgent. Challenge: most businesses have limited… Read More

March 10, 2020

Using AI to Build More Secure Software

Mark Sherman Technical Director, Cyber Security Foundations, CERT Division Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute Introduction MITRE‘s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) list — nearly 150,000 incidents (and growing) — is a testament to the fact that building software that is resistant and resilient to attack remains difficult.  The… Read More

March 10, 2020

Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity: Math Not Magic

Wayne Chung CTO FBI Introduction The field of cybersecurity has slowly progressed from an art to a science. It has been a long and complicated journey that is still punctuated by misunderstandings and lack of rigor.  The field of artificial intelligence, however, has further transformed from a science to something… Read More