CyberSec&AI Connected Preview | Avast

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Final preparations are underway for Avasts CyberSec&& AI Connected conference, a virtual occasion for academics and cybersecurity specialists

Cybersecurity Awareness Month ticket special.
To mark the truth that its Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we are offering Buy 1 Get 1 Free access to CyberSec&& AI Connected. Why not book a location for you and an associate, pal, teammate or fellow student? Visit our reserving page to protect your area..

As our pictures here show, Avast and co-organizers CTU (Czech Technical University in Prague) have actually been busy putting the last technical touches in place. Last week, we ran numerous rehearsals with speakers, workshop presenters, and panelists to guarantee the event runs efficiently on the day..
Together with the primary conference track, we have a packed workshop program (which consists of live Q&A s) and a panel discussion on predisposition in AI. All material will be readily available live and after the event through our Virtual Library. If you have an interest in joining, you can see the complete program here.

Among the crucial occasions of Cybersecurity Awareness Month this October is CyberSec&& AI Connected, which will be occurring this Thursday, October 8. A completely virtual event, CyberSec&& AI Connected combines professional speakers and delegates from academia and market to share their research study and dispute the crucial subjects at the intersection of AI, machine learning, and cybersecurity..
This years edition of the acclaimed conference is led by keynote speakers Garry Kasparov (Avasts Security Ambassador and Chess Grandmaster) and Roger Dingledine (Co-founder of the Tor Project) and supported by speakers such as Carmela Troncoso (EPLF Switzerland) and Hany Farid (UC Berkeley)..
Our full agenda consists of representatives from organizations and companies consisting of: Microsoft, Cisco, ESET, McAfee, M12 – Microsofts Venture Fund, Kings College London, Wired, University of Oxford, and Elastic.