Covid-19: implications for data protection and the role of artificial intelligence in new security postures
The health emergency linked to Covid-19 has had and continues to have significant social, legal and technical implications, both immediate and long-term. The pandemic has affected the way people communicate, work, buy goods and services, generating consequences in terms of security and data protection also in the financial sector, while there has been an increase in cybercrime linked to the new scenario. As time goes by, some phenomena are settling into longer-term consequences, including in the field of data protection and data security: it is the "new normal" that requires new approaches. This webinar will examine scenarios, problems and remedies from a regulatory and operational point of view regarding data security, with special emphasis on the role of artificial intelligence in improving the security posture of organisations, including in the financial sector.
Tuesday 22 September, 10:15 - 12:00 Public Conference
Introduction: technical provisions and data protection
Lawyer and notary public, LL.M., FCIArb; partner of CBM law firm and notary public, Lugano (www.cbm-lex.ch); SUPSI professor of computer and internet law; member of the cantonal data protection commission
From the Covid-19 emergency to the "new normal": data protection between technology and standards
Lawyer in Italy with legal representation before higher courts, data protection officer, board member and consultant of Aletheia Consulting SA
Use of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity: The Darktrace case
Sales Team Manager at Darktrace, technical activities coordinator for Italy and Switzerland.