AI will be a super power for enterprise security efforts. But it will also empower attackers.
The fast rise of AI — especially consumer-facing generative AI — is one of the biggest business stories of the year. It’s creating exciting new opportunities but also accelerating risks. The digital transformation journey for all enterprises in every industry is ramping up previously unforeseen risk management challenges for security leaders during a period of budget tightening.
Wipro’s State of Cybersecurity Report 2023 (#SOCR) tells the story of how enterprise security has developed — particularly with the transition to the cloud. The cloud transition and other trends have opened numerous opportunities for operational efficiencies and revenue growth at scale, while exposing the enterprise to new and unexpected technology and regulatory risks.
We unpack the facts and stats from the 2023 SOCR and discuss how to achieve cyber resilience in an age of continuous disruption.
Senior Vice President & Global Head – Cybersecurity & Risk Services, Wipro Limited
Over the past 27 years, Tony has managed and executed cybersecurity risk assessments, strategies and implementations for the largest and most complex global organizations. He helps clients identify cyber risks and develop secure strategies that enable business value throughout the digital transformation journey.
Tony is an accomplished auto racing driver who has won many national and international championships over a 35-year career on the track. He won the Trans-Am series championship in 2016, the 50th anniversary of the oldest running sports car racing series in the United States.
Principal Research Analyst, 451 Research
Daniel is the Senior Research Analyst for Information Security quantitative research product at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. An experienced information security professional, Daniel has contributed to Forbes online and Ziff Davis, and has provided commentary to numerous news outlets including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. His personal blog, Praetorian Prefect, was recognized as one of the top five technical blogs in information security by the RSA 2010 Conference.
Prior to 451 he was a Partner in the information security consultancy Praetorian Security, LLC where he directed strategy on risk assessment and security certification.
Senior Partner, Wipro CRS Secure AI Practice Leader
Josey leads Wipro’s Emerging Technologies capability in cybersecurity with a specific focus on Secure AI, 5G Security and Open Source Security. He has more than 26 years of experience in cyber strategy and advisory, security architecture integration and managed services. Josey’s expertise includes IAM, Cloud, Data, Application, IOT and AI Security. He has served as a Chevening Fellow for Cybersecurity at the Defence Academy of the UK at Shrivenham and has spoken at multiple security conferences and events.