Avast Team, Jun 11, 2020

Latest experts unveiled for October’s virtual conference on AI for privacy and cybersecurity

A new selection of speakers have been announced for CyberSec&AI Connected (October 8th). Our speaker panel now includes leading thinkers from institutions and organizations such as UC Berkeley, M12 (Microsoft’s Venture Fund), and King’s College London.

The speakers join Roger Dingledine (Director, Researcher and Co-founder, Tor Project) and Garry Kasparov (Chess Grandmaster and Avast Security Ambassador) to examine 2020’s main theme of AI for privacy and cybersecurity. 

New speakers include: 

Details of presentation topics will be announced shortly, so make sure to register for updates if you have not already done so. CyberSec& AI Connected is a virtual event, so you can join from wherever you are in the world and all delegates will be able to access or review all presentations after the conference. 

If travel regulations allow, there will also be optional meetups in Prague, London, and San Francisco where you can attend some of the talks in person too. Register your interest or book your virtual ticket to stay in the loop. 

Book now and save up to 50%

CyberSec&AI Connected has opened ticket sales and those booking before June 30th can save up to 50% on the full ticket price. Find out how to book now and make savings on our booking page.

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