7th December 2023 • Novotel Amsterdam City, Amsterdam, Netherlands
From NIS2 to AI: the cybersecurity juggling act
CISOs must keep pace with new regulations and new attack technologies. What are the new priorities?
Generative AI is hogging the headlines and some European governments (like Finland’s) have even factored the AI threat into new budgets for cybersecurity.
And it is true that AI is already being used to develop new hacks – such as cloning voice authentication or using Deepfakes. In addition, the availability of programs like chatGPT give employees new ways to be insecure. And AI promises to supercharge the threat development cycle.
But organisations have much more to think about than AI.
New regulations, NIS2 in particular, are expanding the universe of businesses that fall under the most rigorous regime. They are creating ever more significant penalties for firms and their executives for security and disclosure failings. And they create new obligations that CISOs and other compliance and assurance professionals must act on.
At the same time, CISOs must still get on with foundational cyber hygiene. They must continue the fight against phishing and third-party attacks. And they must continue to improve security culture and awareness through training and other means.
In this event we will be looking at these different sides of the cybersecurity challenge. Our end-user speakers will discuss their current use of AI in security and in the business, and their hopes and fears around future developments.
But they will also give their most up-to-date insights into the more everyday issues they face in terms of threats, solutions, budgets, staffing and the evolution of the cybersecurity function at their organisations.