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S.E. with A.I. & Defending against it with H.I. 🇬🇧

Time: 18:45 > 19:30
Location: Zone 1 - Gaston Berger conference stage

A.I. may be seen as a cost-effective way to replace workers. We will look closer however and discover the
uncomfortable truth behind A.I. and what really powers it. We will also discover how to harness the hidden power propping up A.I. for ourselves & our company’s security.

One of the biggest, most advanced, and adaptive Intrusion Detection Systems available has been hiding in plain sight. Why isn’t it being implemented? Widespread failure on the part of Information Security &
Management. We will pinpoint the systemic flaws and learn how to ensure correct and effective
implementation and maintenance of our most powerful tool to fight illicit artificial intelligence: Human


Jayson E. Street referred to in the past as:

A “notorious hacker” by FOX25 Boston, “World Class Hacker” by National Geographic Breakthrough Series and described as a “paunchy hacker” by Rolling Stone Magazine. He however prefers if people refer to him simply as a Hacker, Helper & Human.

He’s a Simulated Adversary for hire. The author of the “Dissecting the hack: Series” (which is currently required reading at 5 colleges in 3 countries that he knows of). Also the DEF CON Groups Global Ambassador. He’s spoken at DEF CON, DEF CON China, GRRCon, DerbyCon at several other ‘CONs & colleges on a variety of Information Security subjects. He was also a guest lecturer for the Beijing Institute of Technology for 10 years.

He loves to explore the world & networks as much as he can. He has successfully robbed banks, hotels, government facilities, Biochemical companies, etc.. on five continents (Only successfully robbing the wrong bank in Lebanon once all others he was supposed to)!

*He is a highly carbonated speaker who has partaken of Pizza from Bulgaria to Brazil & China to The Canary Islands. He does not expect anybody to still be reading this far but if they are please note he was proud to be chosen as one of Time’s persons of the year for 2006.

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