Webinar: Topic 1: Get started with AI Governance; Topic 2: Navigate Security Risk Management (2CPEs)

When:  Jun 6, 2024 from 18:00 to 20:00 (PT)
Associated with  Silicon Valley Chapter

Topic 1: How to get started with AI Governance

Brief: There has been much talk about AI in businesses but little regarding operationalizing AI governance. This presentation will discuss how a local government entity implemented AI controls 

Speaker Bio: As a seasoned privacy professional, Chris has built a career on his knack for blending analytical prowess with strategic vision. With a proven track record in developing and executing comprehensive privacy strategies, his primary mission has always been to ensure unwavering compliance with stringent regulatory requirements while fortifying the fort of sensitive data. His leadership style thrives on leading cross-functional teams and nurturing a culture of privacy awareness within organizations. He specializes in risk assessment, policy development, and incident response, relentlessly pursuing data protection excellence while deftly mitigating privacy-related risks. What sets him apart is his ability to collaborate seamlessly with senior leadership, aligning privacy initiatives with overarching business objectives, and enhancing overall data governance. His journey is defined by success in elevating privacy practices and catalysing organisational triumph.

Topic 2: Navigating Security Risk Management Challenges: Performing effective Risk Assessments and Influencing without Authority

Brief: Discuss the lessons learnt while developing an in-house vulnerability prioritization framework. What worked and what did not. How to ultimately get buy-ins and drive adoption from key stakeholders.

Speaker Bio: Shivani Doke is a security professional with more than 3 years of experience in the Security, Risk and Governance. She graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas and have been working at Autodesk since 2020. She is particularly passionate about reducing organizational security risks by building strong stakeholder relationships, fostering understanding of cyber risks, and collaborating with cross functional teams to reduce cyber risks.