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February 2024
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24 January 2024
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10:00 - 10:35

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Events Building Digital Trust: challenges and opportunities from Antivirus to AI


What are the essential aspects of Digital Trust and the importance of best practices while preparing for AI integration?

We  would like to invite you to join our private webinar on 24th January 2024 at 10:00 am in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce and BSI, which will cover key aspects of Digital Trust and discuss the importance of best practices when preparing for AI integration.

The webinar will provide participants with valuable insights to enhance their organisation’s digital trust and information security posture across their supply chain, ensuring their organisations are future-ready.

Participants of this webinar can expect to gain:

  • An understanding of Digital Trust and why it matters
  • An overview of the latest and emerging trends and threats in the cyber-verse
  • Insights on how to prepare for the future and AI, and how to build Digital Trust with information security standards
  • The opportunity to share and discuss the challenges they face in their industry and organisation with experts.

Hourly Schedule

10:00 - 10:05
Welcome by Michael Dembinski, BPCC chief advisor & Intro to BSI
10:05 - 10:10
Introduction & ‘Who We Are’
Aneta Sawicka, BSI Country Sales Director
10:10 - 10:25
What are the essential aspects of Digital Trust and the importance of best practices while preparing for AI integration
David Mudd, Global Head of Digital Trust Assurance, BSI Group
• Understanding Digital Trust and why it matters
• Navigating the cyber-verse: trends and threats
• Poll / Open discussion with Pawel Miszczuk: challenges and pressing needs for organisations
• Preparing for the future and AI: building digital trust with information security standards
10:25 - 10:30
Q&A with speakers
moderated by Aneta Sawicka
10:30 - 10:35
Closing remarks & close
David Mudd
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