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Published on April 29th, 2020 📆 | 3240 Views ⚑

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CISO Perspectives: Ethical and Policy Implications for AI in Cyber Security



All systems can cause unintentional harm, and artificial intelligence (AI) is no different.  Security systems are no different.  And AI used in the context of security is also no different.  In fact, as more organizations leverage AI across every part of their business, Chief Security and Privacy Officers have the opportunity to step up and build the policies and standards that govern the development, deployment, and use of AI to ensure it adheres to a basic set of ethical principles. These include respect for human autonomy, prevention of harm, and fairness. This is especially true when our stakeholders involve more vulnerable groups such as children, people with disabilities, etc.

In this webinar, we will discuss key considerations for the CISO looking to lead the discussion around AI and policy, including:

– Privacy and data governance
– Transparency
– Nondiscrimination and fairness
– Accountability
– Responsibility & Code of Conduct

We will also discuss non-technical methods that should be considered when using AI, such as social responsibility, privacy principles at a corporate level, code of conduct for data science and development teams, research, and engineering around AI systems.

Speaker: Malcolm Harkins, CISO Advisory Board, Awake Security

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