Our 2019 Audience Included:

Our 2019 Audience Included:

what we do

Over two days, the Cybersecurity Track at the Ai4 2020 Conference brings together business leaders and data practitioners to facilitate the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.

With a use-case oriented approach to content, our goal is to deliver actionable insights from those working on the frontlines of AI in the enterprise. We try to provide a common framework for thinking about what AI means to the financial services industry and to deliver content that progresses understanding at any stage of an organization’s AI journey. Welcome to our community!       

  AI FOCUSED

  APPLICATION ONLY

 CYBERSECURITY SPECIFIC

  USE CASE DRIVEN

what we do

Over two days, the Cybersecurity Track at the Ai4 2020 Conference brings together business leaders and data practitioners to facilitate the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.

With a use-case oriented approach to content, our goal is to deliver actionable insights from those working on the frontlines of AI in the enterprise. We try to provide a common framework for thinking about what AI means to the financial services industry and to deliver content that progresses understanding at any stage of an organization’s AI journey. Welcome to our community!     

  AI FOCUSED

  CYBERSECURITY SPECIFIC 

 APPLICATION ONLY

 USE CASE DRIVEN

2019 speakers

Over two days, the Cybersecurity Track at Ai4 2020 will welcome 30+ speakers from top cybersecurity companies, cybersecurity teams from Fortune 500 companies, cutting edge cyber startups, and top government agencies. All of our speakers are actively involved in artificial intelligence and machine learning projects.

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Wayne Chung

Chief Technology Officer, FBI
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Michele Guel

Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
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Michael Makovoz

Chief Data Scientist, NYC Cyber Command
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Ricardo Lafosse

CISO, Morningstar
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Erin Kenneally

Portfolio Manager, Cyber Security Division, Science & Technology Directorate, US Department of Homeland Security
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Vijay Ganti

Head of Product and AI/ML Research for Security Products, VMWare
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Dr. Mark E. Segal

Chief of Computer and Analytic Sciences Research, National Security Agency
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Pramod Prakash

Dynamic Defense Engineer – Cybersecurity Analytics, Walmart
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Nicole Eagan

Chief Executive Officer, Darktrace
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Erinmichelle Perri

CISO, MultiPlan
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Salvador Mandujano

Security Engineering Manager, Android Security, Google
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Hussein Syed

CISO, RWJBarnabas Health

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Sessions

The Cybersecurity Track at Ai4 2020 welcomes 30+ speakers over the two days. We denote all content as either technical and non-technical so you don’t end up in the wrong place. Explore our eight content tracks now!

Networking

Enjoy over 10+ hours of built in networking time, 1:1 meeting scheduling, group discussions, round table lunches, a private networking & messaging app, and our special after-hours dinners and cocktail.

Sponsors

Get involved! Tell us your specific marketing needs and we’ll help you optimize your budget to make the biggest possible impact at Ai4. Ask about booths, meetings, branding, digital offerings, and more.

“It was a great audience and exceeded all my expectations. Ai4 is a great team. The most friendly environment that I have ever seen.”

Serge V.
– MIT Startup Exchange

“It was a great audience and exceeded all my expectations. Ai4 is a great team. The most friendly environment that I have ever seen.”

Serge V.
– MIT Startup Exchange

2019 sponsors & exhibitors

2019 sponsors

About US

Ai4 was founded in 2018 with the goal of providing a common framework for understanding for what AI means to each industry.

Across our 2018 and 2019 conferences, including Ai4 Finance, Ai4 Healthcare, Ai4 Retail and Ai4 Cybersecurity, we have educated over 2000 top executives & data practitioners at the world’s largest companies about how they can responsibly leverage AI today.

Confusion is still commonplace when discussing AI for the enterprise, from basic definitions all the way to implementation. Through our conferences and content, we aim to provide a common understanding for what AI means to the enterprise.