AI Hackers, la nueva era de la Ciberseguridad

Spanish Intermediate IT

En esta charla se hablará sobre los bots generativos, como ChatGPT, y su uso en Ciberseguridad tanto en la ofensiva como en la defensiva. Se hará una introducción breve sobre el origen de los bots generativos, seguido por una demostración de cómo se pueden integrar con soluciones SIEM/SOAR para resolver los desafíos de ciberseguridad. Además, se explicara como se crean soluciones en Azure con IA generativa que permitirán a los asistentes comprender mejor cómo funcionan los nuevos AI-Hackers y cómo se puede integrar GPT con la solución SIEM/SOAR de Microsoft, Azure Sentinel, para mejorar la gestión de incidencias y proporcionar a los administradores una experiencia más moderna. En resumen, la charla se centrará en cómo se pueden utilizar la IA generativa, para aumentar las capacidades de soluciones de ciberseguridad, mejorar la gestión de incidencias y proporcionar a los administradores nuevas experiencias modernas en la resolución de problemas de seguridad.


Alejandro Almeida

Azure Lead at Prodware | Microsoft MVP

Currently work designing, giving support and training of architecture to cloud solutions in Azure. I also participate in communities giving talks as a technical evangelist and collaborate as Azure Advisor. During my 23 years of work experience had the opportunity to participate in design of large business solutions with Microsoft technologies. As a personal initiative, during my years as a full-stack developer, created the technological disclosure portal, which became an international reference site and currently has more than 12 million active users.

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