Key speakers, format, locations, and timings revealed for follow up to award-winning 2019 conference on cybersecurity and AI
Fresh from winning the 2019 AI Awards ‘Event of the Year’, organisers have announced details of 2020’s CyberSec&AI Connected.
Once again bringing together the best minds in AI, machine learning, and cybersecurity, this year’s conference will take place in four major cities around the world, as well as being streamed live online.
On October 8th, from Prague, London, San Francisco, and New York, speakers such as Roger Dingledine (Researcher and Co-founder, Tor Project) and Garry Kasparov (Chess Grandmaster and Avast Security Ambassador) will offer insight into the theme of AI for privacy and security.
In addition to speaker presentations, live Q&As, panel discussions, and networking opportunities, a series of technical workshops will provide a forum for delegates to deep dive into the latest research, case studies, and technology in the field of security and AI.
“CyberSec&AI Connected offers delegates a unique chance to be part of a truly global event, bringing together the best thinkers in academia and industry,” says Rajarshi Gupta, Head of AI at Avast Security. “Whether attending virtually or in person, delegates will have a chance to engage directly with the experts leading the fight against cybercrime.”
Interested? You can register your interest for CyberSec&AI Connected here. To find out more about 2019’s award-winning event, you can download our post-conference report and 2020 preview.
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