Webinar: Artificial Intelligence and Authentication: Balancing Security with Privacy


Webinar: Artificial Intelligence and Authentication: Balancing Security with Privacy

Chip Block Evolver
Chip Block, Vice President, Evolver
Rick Borden, Partner and Chief Privacy Officer, White and Williams

What’s your identity? While it can be a heavy philosophical question, we’re interested in the most literal sense. Who are you and are you the right person to proceed with that action? For medium to large enterprise organizations, authentication requires the timely determination of whether or not a specific individual can access a particular device and then commit a specific action.


As a multi-tiered, time sensitive and data heavy problem, authentication is an ideal area to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). However, with the collection of data and application of AI comes a slew of privacy concerns. Can data be collected in a tokenized fashion, or must security operations inform individuals the data they are collecting and exactly what they plan to do with? The era of GDPR in Europe is quickly influencing U.S. policy, adding a layer of regulatory complexity to an already intricate technical challenge.


Chip Block said, “The use of AI for cybersecurity has had a lot of general discussion.  Rick and I look forward to getting into the specifics of the technical and legal implications of AI and cyber.”



When: Thursday, April 4, 2019 | 1 PM EST


Where: Register and attend online at Ai4 Webinar 



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