Cybersecurity in Cloud Computing is always changing. In this ever-changing world we have a lot of things happening. Our Council member – Samuel NG is a definitely a pioneer in this industry. He would like to bring in a hot topic in IT world – ChatGPT.
The rise of cyber threats in recent years has made cybersecurity an increasingly critical concern for individuals and organizations alike especially organization utilizing cloud infrastructures.
To combat these threats, there is a growing need for advanced technologies that can help identify and mitigate risks in real-time. One such technology is ChatGPT, a large language model trained by OpenAI, that can be utilized in the field of cybersecurity to provide a range of benefits in both defensive & offensive operations.
ChatGPT has the capability to analyze and understand natural language, enabling it to identify potential threats and vulnerabilities in complex data sets, including network traffic, email communications, and social media posts.
Additionally, ChatGPT can assist in developing more effective security policies and protocols, as well as provide real-time threat intelligence and incident response. As a result, ChatGPT has the potential to greatly enhance the cybersecurity landscape and improve the overall safety and security of individuals and organizations.
Participants will claim 1 CPE.
DATE: March 2, 2023 (Thursday)
TIME: 12:30 – 01:30 pm
TOPIC: ChatGPT/OpenAI for Cybersecurity and Cloud
SPEAKER: Samuel NG, Vice Chairman of Cloud Security Alliance (HK & Macau Chapter)
- Explain about the functions of ChatGPT with demonstration
- Explain about its relationship with Cloud Computing and CyberSecurity area
- Explore how ChatGPT can help our CyberSecurity industry.
Passion fuelled cybersecurity professional with leadership trained by armed forces, Capt. (R) Samuel has extensive experience in all cybersecurity domains from both technical and management perspectives balancing “getting-hands dirty” with technological matters & executive presence working with senior management in various corporate industries, government & military sectors.
He brought value to organisations by orientating governance, controls, risks and business strategies ultimately upholding the CIA Triad (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability) at highest standards to risk appetite accordingly. As a 14-years Malaysian army veteran with master’s degree and multiple infosec-recognised certifications, he progressed his career to Hong Kong, contributing to various sectors including: banking, telecommunication, cloud, IT infrastructures, start-ups, Cybersecurity R&D etc.
Samuel is an active member of Cloud Security Alliance Hong Kong & Macau Chapter as Vice Chairman of Programs & Research, actively participating in various cybersecurity events as speaker, panelist and moderator. Besides, he is also a guest lecturer in Hong Kong University Space, teaching subjects such as network attacks & digital forensics. Currently exercising his expertise in the Hong Kong cybersecurity commercial community, making efforts to create value in every way possible with a never-stop-learning attitude.
VIEW THE PRESENTATION: https://youtu.be/u0hNrMacDno
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