ISACA Webinar: The Risks Associated with AI

When:  Sep 19, 2023 from 11:00 to 12:00 (CT)

Webinar—The Risks Associated with AI

19 September 2023 | 12:00 PM (ET) / 11:00 AM (CT) / 9:00 AM (PT) / 16:00 (UTC)


Since the introduction of ChatGPT, generative AI has been a huge topic of discussion in boardrooms around the world. In cybersecurity, AI can increase efficiency, improve threat detection, and reduce incident response times. But it can also open a pandora’s box of risk, making it difficult to decide which uses, if any, are best for your organization. This session addresses the common misconceptions about AI and the ethical implications of relying on it. Participants will learn best practices for the secure and effective use of AI by exploring three real-world examples of overreliance on AI.

Meghan Maneval, CISM, CRISC
Director of Technical Product Management

Meghan Maneval leads RiskOptics’ Technical Product Management team - tasked with developing and evangelizing innovative ways to solve industry problems. After more than 15 years managing security, compliance, audit, governance, and risk management programs in highly-regulated industries, Meghan joined RiskOptics in 2022 to help drive product innovation and empower customers to achieve their objectives. Meghan is a passionate security and risk evangelist, DIBs champion, and home-renovation enthusiast specializing in process improvement and program iteration. Meghan enjoys giving back to the security and risk community through blogs, whitepapers, webinars, conference presentations, and podcasts.

Lisa Cook, CPA, CRISC, CISA, PMP - Moderator
GRC Practice Principal

Lisa is responsible for the GRC Professional Practice content at ISACA with primary focus on frameworks such as COBIT and Risk IT . Prior to joining ISACA she was an information technology (IT) risk and security professional in the financial services industry. Her experience includes driving global identity and access management risk and controls initiatives, leading global SOX tests of controls, control self-assessments, server and database vulnerability remediation programs, and executing internal and external IT audits for various bank, broker/dealer, credit bureau, finance and insurance clients. She has a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Finance from Hampton University, holds CISA, CRISC, CPA, and PMP certifications and is a CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+).


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