In the hands of bad actors, artificial intelligence is being deployed in sophisticated malware attacks with alarming effectiveness. However, when leveraged as a form of defence, AI threat-detection systems can predict, notify and respond to attacks with accuracy and speed.

In this panel session from the FT Live Cyber Resilience Summit, on 21 September, experts discuss:

  • How businesses can protect against the threat of AI, while simultaneously leveraging AI for competitive advantage; 

  • How generative AI is penetrating even the most robust of cyber defences;

  • How sophisticated alert systems are detecting and responding to new threats.

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Mehul Srivastava, cyber security correspondent, Financial Times (moderator)

Adrian Ott, partner and lead, forensic and integrity services team, EY

Jelena Zelenovic, senior head and chief information security officer, European Investment Bank

Laura Quevedo, executive vice-president in cyber & intelligence, Mastercard

Alessandro Minoia, head of group security solutions, delivery & innovation, UniCredit

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