Hacking Azure AI

English Intermediate Data & AI

AI will eventually take over the world, but if it gets hacked... This is a demo-driven session, suited for developers, data engineers, data scientists and security consultants. Both exploits and security recommendations to avoid them will be covered. Disclaimer: No Borg cubes were harmed in making this session.


André Melancia

Human Being 🌈 🇵🇹 🇪🇺

Developer / DBA / Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) focusing on Microsoft's Data Platform, Azure, IoT and Security. Owner / Principal Consultant at LunarCat.PT 23+ years' fun developing information and multimedia systems, DBA, project and IT management. Data Community, IT Pro Portugal and PowerShell Portugal technical communities organiser, as well as moderator in multiple other online communities. Actively volunteering, organising, speaking or just participating at community meetings and events (200+ international speaking sessions in the last 7 years) Proud uncle and food devouring expert, with dangerous pussy cat as companion. Go to https://Andy.PT and you'll know the same as the NSA...

Ricardo Cabral

Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) | IT Trainer | IT Consultant

Ricardo Cabral is Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) currently residing in Portugal having worked in both administration and development roles with 20+ years of experience in IT management, development, and projects. He has extensive experience on Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure, Power Platform and Windows Server/Client and holds several Microsoft certifications. Now works as Azure Solutions Architect, consultant, and IT trainer. In his free time, he is actively participating, volunteering, speaking and organizer in technical community meetings.

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