Wednesday 24 January 2024, 3.30pm – 6.30pm (GMT)
In person – Guildford
and live stream
In association with
A joint event between the University of Surrey’s Centre for Cyber Security and the SASIG, the UK’s premier cybersecurity network.
The emergence of generative AI, particularly ChatGPT, has thrust Artificial Intelligence to the forefront of public discourse. AI and machine learning algorithms have been around for decades; however, generative AI has made its concept accessible to all of us. With that has come a growing awareness that AI’s evolution will change how we work and how organisations function. This has significant implications for security and an organisation’s operational resilience.
This was the tenth event in the “Future of Cyber Security” series hosted by the University of Surrey’s Centre for Cyber Security. We discussed the importance of organisations preparing their digital resilience in an AI-enabled world, whether governance can keep up with technology, and AI in defence. Our speakers will explore how AI will enhance our adversaries’ ability to attack us and how AI can help us defend ourselves more effectively.
Presentations on the day included:
AI, what it means and its implications for security
Dr Andrew Rogoyski (info), Innovation Strategy Lead, The Surrey Institute for People-Centred AI, University of Surrey
AI for security and security for AI: Can governance keep up with technology?
Dr Matilda Rhode, Sector Lead, AI and Cyber Security, BSI