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Fundamental Artificial Intelligence (AI) Concepts


Presentation overview


This month's luncheon provides an overview of fundamental artificial intelligence (AI) concepts, highlights recent significant breakthroughs, and considers how AI will facilitate a step change in the cyber security field. This session will introduce how AI works, current applications of AI to cyber security problems, and "moon shot" applications under development that are soon to be a reality.



Rob Witcher

Rob is a Senior Manager, based in Victoria, in the Cyber Risk Services practice of Deloitte. He has over a decade of experience in security, privacy, and cyber assurance. He specializes in assessing privacy and security controls in BC public sector entities and in complex, multi-national organizations facing significant privacy and security challenges.

In 2014 Rob lead a team working with Target in both the US & Canada to develop a new Enterprise-wide Privacy Operating Model. In 2015 Rob lead a team at 21st Century Fox to assess their security practices, develop new global enterprise-wide Security Metrics, and create security training materials. Rob is currently leading security & privacy engagements within the BC public sector and delivering CISSP, CCSP and other security courses in Canada, the US, and Europe.

He holds security and privacy certifications including CISSP, CCSP, PMP, CISA, CISM, CIPM and MCSE:Security.

Michael Cavallin

Michael is a Consultant at Deloitte’s Risk Advisory practice based in Victoria, BC. As a fourth year UVIC engineering student very close to graduation, he represents the newest generation entering the Cyber Security industry. At Deloitte, he works on vulnerability assessments and identity and access management. His personal "White Hat" cyber security work has discovered and reported multiple security vulnerabilities involving the Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team, Industrial Control System vendors, Defence Research and Development Canada and university systems.

Who Should Attend?

IT Auditors, Managers, and Directors; QA personnel; Information Security Managers, Auditors, Directors, and Analysts; CIOs


Date and Time
Wed, 25 January 2017
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM PST

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The Union Club of British Columbia
805 Gordon Street
Victoria, BC V8W 1Z6

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