Registration required: March 14, 2023, 6:00pm – 8:00pm Pacific Time
Join our colleagues at (ISC)2 Silicon Valley’s chapter in our March chapter meeting where Apostol Vassilev of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will talk on security challenges associated with AI systems and Dr. Rick Hays of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will provide information on CISA Cyber Services available to public and private organizations.
6:00 to 6:15 PM: Chapter Updates
6:15 to 7:15 PM: Session 1: “Trustworthy AI: A Chimera or Attainable Reality?” by Apostol Vassilev
7:15 to 7:45 PM: Session 2: “CISA Services Catalog” by Dr. Richard (Rick) Hays
7:45 to 8:00 PM: Member RoundTable
Session 1: “Trustworthy AI: A Chimera or Attainable Reality?” by by Apostol Vassilev
This talk is based on the upcoming NIST.AI.100-2 report “Adversarial Machine Learning: A Taxonomy and Terminology of Attacks and Mitigations” and adopts the notions of security, resilience, and robustness of ML systems from the NIST AI Risk Management Framework. The taxonomy is built on a survey of the Adversarial ML literature and is arranged in a conceptual hierarchy that includes key types of ML methods and life cycle stages of attack, attacker goals and objectives, and attacker capabilities and knowledge of the learning process. Corresponding methods for mitigating and managing the consequences of attacks will be discussed and relevant open challenges to take into account in the life cycle of AI systems will be pointed out.
Session 2: “CISA Cyber Services available to public and private organizations” by Dr. Richard (Rick) Hays
A presentation of the Cyber Services that are offered from CISA to both public and private organizations