Fourth AInsights event looks at artificial intelligence (AI) as a tool to detect cybersecurity threats.
A panel of experts from PwC Serbia, Microsoft Serbia, and Cedars International discussed the challenges and best practices in integrating AI into existing cybersecurity structures, as well as the threats posed by AI advances.
The focus then shifted to the evolution of cyber threats, in particular sophisticated types of AI-guided cyberattacks. The participants, which included Adel Abusara, Senior Manager for Cyber Security Policies at PwC Serbia, Nikola Begović, Security Specialist with Microsoft Serbia, and Branko Primetica, Partner at Cedars International, assessed the growing complexity of these threats and the potential use of AI in cyberattacks.
The panellists also looked at how to enhance threat detection and automate response. They highlighted the risks associated with over-dependence on AI and explored the ethical and legal aspects of artificial intelligence, including personal data privacy issues and existing legal rules.
Key issues were raised of integrating AI into cybersecurity strategies, effective use of AI by small businesses, role of government regulation, and raising awareness by training cybersecurity professionals in AI.
The panel’s moderator, Aleksandar Vratonjić Gligorijević of Telegroup, and the panellists agreed that education, collaboration, and evolution were key to ensuring security in the digital age.