DeepSec 2023 Call for Papers is open
The call for papers of DeepSec 2023 and DeepINTEL 2023 is open! You can submit your ideas for presentations and trainings via our CfP manager form. Content for DeepINTEL should be sent to use directly (but you can use the same web form, just mention what you have in mind).
This year’s focus will be on the wonderful world of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and related algorithms. The GPT language models have gained notoriety in the media. All the shiny algorithms still lack cognitive skills, but they are decent simulations of communication. Big companies rush to add dumb conversation simulators to their products. What does this mean from the information security perspective? If you have found weaknesses in chat simulators or AI/ML filters, please let us know. It’s your turn to tell HAL 9000 what to do.
Another focus is how to manage the flood of information created by security systems. Having good metrics and data is fine, but you need to find out what to do with it. Pushing everything to your SIEM system (a.k.a. external data mining companies) is the most frequent option. You still need a sensible analysis strategy. What is the way you handle this?
See you in Vienna!