The significant impact of Artificial Intelligence on the digital world and on many aspects of our professional, social and personal lives today, is undeniable. Cybersecurity, as a field of application for all technological trends, could only be significantly affected by the continuous development of AI.
Through the central notion of “The Power of AI in Cyber Security”, the 13th Infocom Security – the leading event in the field of IT technologies and a reference point in Greece for information security – will highlight all developments in Cyber Security, in the age of Artificial Intelligence’s rise, the rapid development of Digital Transformation, and the ever-increasing quantitative and qualitative threats in cyberspace.
At the same time, in the renewed and excellent space of the ATHENS CONSERVATORY where it will be held, it will be a meeting point for the large community of IT executives and professionals, and of course for the market in the field of Digital Security technological solutions and services.
Artificial Intelligence is one of the main pillars of the 4th Industrial Revolution, but like any new technological achievement, it can have both positive and negative effects. So, on one hand, cybercriminals can use smarter ways and more advanced malware tools to break into IT infrastructures – with well-known, quite negative consequences – while on the other hand, artificial intelligence can provide systems and solutions with the ability to effectively respond to cyber-attacks in a minimum of time with maximum efficiency.
High on the news agenda today is ChatGPT and other OpenAI applications, raising serious concerns about their use in terms of data protection and the potential to create various forms of malware, such as sophisticated and more dangerous ransomware.
So, the rising challenges are great, both for specialist professionals and for companies providing protection solutions. The solution, again, can come through AI technologies, developing innovative intelligent systems that will automate the analysis procedures of any malicious activity.
Answers to all of the above dilemmas, as well as a number of other critical issues, like the special treatment of threats in many vertical markets such as industry, supply chain, shipping, tourism, critical infrastructure, etc., will be given by the speakers of the themed sections, discussion panels and workshops, that will be held during the two days of Infocom Security, with the aim of covering all of the important aspects and emerging trends in Cyber Security, as resources to explore and build a safer technological ecosystem.
The new approach to identity management, the evolution of security in the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT), the best managed security service delivery (MSSP), the development of zero-trust architecture models, and protection of Hybrid Work (SASE) as well as the key role of the human factor and professionals in the field (as usual), the achievement of maximum resilience, awareness and privacy through Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), will be some of the key points that we will have the opportunity to highlight through the content of this year’s conference.