Why attend

Keep up to speed on the latest developments in this key technology


Stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the most important emerging security technology today

Find out how your peers in other organisations are meeting their goals

Understand how 'best practice' is evolving and help drive the debate forward

Network and engage with colleagues from a cross-section of industries


Are we on the verge of a new era in cybersecurity? Can AI live up to its promises and stop threats before they need human intervention of any kind?

Can it help security teams do more with less – with technology crunching the huge data volumes now required so that the human analysts can focus on the key alerts and situations? 

If so, how does this change the job of the CISO, the teams they lead, the structure and function of SOCs and the mature of a security culture? 

As an information security professional you need the latest insights into how:

  • Understanding AI, machine learning, deep learning and neural nets
  • Evaluating AI and machine learning solutions
  • AI in core network security
  • AI in alert prioritization and data analysis
  • AI in identity and access management
  • AI’s role in defending against malicious insiders
  • Improving web security
  • Deploying AI solutions


Find out what your peers in other organisations think of AI and the available AI solutions.

Hear from CISOs and other senior information security professionals representing a cross-section of industries talk about how they believe that AI-based solutions can reduce risk, protect data, ensure compliance and strengthen security posture.

Get an unbiased review of the capabilities and limitations of AI from leading academic advisors to the government and industry

Can AI live up to the hype? Is it being oversold? Get the unvarnished story from the experts who develop the core models and mathematics.

Kick the tyres of the latest solutions and grill their developers face to face.

There's nothing like being able to compare a range of solutions in one place, test the knowledge of the vendors, and talk about price and implementation.

The e-Crime AI Forum will cover the key subjects for its audience of professionals tasked with safeguarding digital assets and sensitive data. There will be real-life case studies, strategic talks and technical break-out sessions to help end-users understand how these new technologies can be cost-effectively deployed in real-life business situations.