Title : Improving cybersecurity measures effectiveness by artificial intelligence
Abstract : Artificial Intelligence can be considered as a threat factor for information systems and telecommunication networks. Cyber-attacks can be more destructive and empowered by an effective use of artificial intelligence applications. In the same time, artificial intelligence could be part of cybersecurity solutions to improve proactive and reactive security measures.
As a risk factor and a security lever, the challenges of artificial intelligence and its impact on cybersecurity are analysed. Some considerations on cognitive security issues are addressed in order to identified new cybersecurity and cyberdefence requirements and solutions.
Recommendations from a multidisciplinary security perspective are proposed to face complex cyber risks and to enforce cyber resilience posture of digital infrastructures.
Bio: Solange Ghernaouti, is director of the Swiss Cybersecurity Advisory and Research Group, professor of the University of Lausanne, Associate Fellow, Geneva Center for Security Policy. She is an internationally recognized expert on digital risk management, cybersecurity, cyberdefence and cybercrime related issues. Solange helds a Phd in Computer Science and Telecommunication (Paris – Sorbonne University) and former auditor of the French Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defence. She has authored more than 300 publications and more than thirty books including “Cyberpower: Crime, Conflict and Security in Cyberspace”.
Prof. Ghernaouti is Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur, member of the Swiss commission for UNESCO and has been recognised by the Swiss press as one of the outstanding women in professional and academic circles. Solange Ghernaouti is a founding partner of the firm HEPTAGONE Digital Risk Management & Security. She is president of the Foundation SGH – Institut de recherche Cybermonde.