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Wolf to Explain Ways to Communicate AI’s Security Attributes

By all accounts, artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to be heavily involved in the future of security. But keeping up with the business benefits and applications of AI technologies can be hard if security professionals cannot understand or communicate their attributes.

ESD Senior Security Consultant Coleman Wolf will talk about how to communicate the principles of AI with confidence when he presents with three others on the topic “AI Principles for Security and How to Talk About Them” during the GSX+ Conference on Monday, Sept. 21 at 11:20 a.m. CT. He will focus on how to think about AI in the security profession, touching upon the data science field, products that use AI to reduce risk and discussing AI algorithms.

Register for the conference now or reach out to Coleman Wolf to learn more.

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