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27 Jan 2022 / 13:00 - 14:30

Existing and emerging sectors for AI, cybersecurity, defense and law enforcement

The post-COVID-19 global virtualization with increasing global cyber-attacks across the Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) systems has raised the bar for AI, cybersecurity, defense and law enforcement policymakers and professionals.

Our US Air Force Research Lab CA ventures advance C4I-Cyber command & control practices, technologies, ventures, and networks to meet such post-COVID-19 risk management realities. We build upon our role as the world’s first, foremost, and largest digital transformation network that pioneered digital-virtual organizations practices, spanning Silicon Valley, Wall Street, the Pentagon, and other worldwide organizations.COVID-19 has highlighted the critical significance of resilience and sustainability of command and control (C2) capabilities of systems powering national defense & space, critical infastructures, all enterprises, and intra- and inter-enterprise networks for organizational, national, and global survival in spite of the latest AI and quantum computing capabilities powering business-IT performance.Hence, design, development, deployment, and sustenance of critical infrastructures and systems need to advance beyond C2 to include focus on adversarial C2 and counter-adversarial C2 capabilities to survive and thrive given unprecedented global and national cyber-attacks.Our ConnectAI workshop will help artificial intelligence, cyber security, defense and law enforcement policymakers, professionals, managers, and leaders advance beyond data, beyond models, and beyond algorithms to effectively preempt risks posed by the latest and greatest adversarial threats by drawing upon our latest contributions to advancing US global and national defense & space capabilites. To counter C2 risks to critical infrastructures and systems, commercial, government, military, and other, we shall build upon our practices advancing upon the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) risk management and risk engineering frameworks for AI, machine learning, quantitative, cyber, crypto, and quantum risk computing.


Yogesh Malhotra,

Global Risk Management Network, LLC

Dr Malhotra is Chairman & CEO of New York-based global venture capital and private equity firm Global Risk Management Network, LLC.

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