Cybercrime is an ongoing and escalating challenge for both the public and private sectors.
It’s no longer effective to view cybercrime solely through the lens of a specific criminal or type of crime. Rather, cybercrime is now a large and diverse enterprise, often available for sale, to commit a variety of attacks, such as fraud, theft, and spying. It could be financially motivated, or nation state supported, or both.
Separately, an emerging security concern is that the widespread adoption of AI systems by businesses has exposed an underappreciated threat surface. Deployed machine learning models can be poisoned, evaded, their private data leaked, and the models themselves stolen. We will demonstrate how Microsoft has assessed these vulnerabilities in internal AI red team assessments using Counterfit, Microsoft’s purpose-built AI vulnerability scanning tool.
Ann Johnson, CVP of Security, Compliance, and Identity Business Development, and Dr. Hyrum Anderson, Principal Architect at Microsoft will share key insights on the state of cybercrime and a deep dive into the investments the company is making to secure machine learning models from adversarial attacks.
Microsoft serves billions of customers globally, and this allows us to aggregate security data from a broad and diverse spectrum of companies, organizations, and consumers, and this also means that we have a very unique vantage point.
This is a webinar that security decision makers don’t want to miss!
Date: Monday, May 10th, 2021
Time: 8:00 - 9:15 a.m. PDT
Where: Microsoft Teams Live
Presented by: Ann Johnson, CVP of Security, Compliance, and Identity Business Development, and Dr. Hyrum Anderson, Principal Architect