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Design patterns for Corporate LLMs with Christophe Parisel

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Abstract: Cybersecurity professionals who need to ingest the flurry of risks & recommendations dealing with AI risks can easily get lost and find it hard to quantify residual risks with accuracy. The proposed approach is get back to the root cause and to focus solely on the disruptive elements of LLM. From that perspective, the risks become clear and we can reason about them. We define 3 standard architecture security patterns to deal with them in most Corporate LLM use cases.

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📅 Mark your calendars for April 18, 2024, at 3:30 PM GMT!

🌐 Tune in from anywhere – we’ll be streaming on LinkedIn, YouTube, and Twitter.

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🎙️ Join us for an enlightening session with Christophe Parisel, an expert in cybersecurity, as we delve into the realm of Design Patterns for Corporate Legal Entity Management Systems (LLMs). In today’s rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape, navigating the complexities of AI risks can be daunting. Christophe proposes a novel approach to tackling these challenges by focusing on the root cause and identifying disruptive elements within LLMs.

🔍 In this thought-provoking presentation, Christophe Parisel will introduce three standard architecture security patterns designed to address the unique challenges faced by Corporate LLMs. Discover how these patterns can help cybersecurity professionals quantify residual risks with accuracy and mitigate potential threats effectively.

🔒 Gain valuable insights into the proposed approach and learn how to apply these security patterns in various Corporate LLM use cases. Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your cybersecurity strategy and safeguard your organization’s legal entity management systems.

👉 Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a seasoned professional and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in application security. Save the date – April 18, 2024, at 3:30 PM GMT. We look forward to your participation in this enlightening event!

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🎙️ Hosted by Francesco Cipollone: Francesco is a visionary in the cybersecurity industry, CEO of Phoenix Security, author, and host of the award-winning Cyber Security & Cloud Podcast. As Chapter Chair UK&I of the Cloud Security Alliance, he brings a wealth of expertise to the table.

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Join us for a knowledge-packed session on AppSec and the Psychology of Risk. Let’s explore the future of application security together! 🌐🔐 #AppSec #Cybersecurity #Webinar #ApplicationSecurity #SecurityEducation

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Christophe Parisel‘s Bio:

Senior Cloud Security Architect

🌟 Connect with Christophe Parisel on LinkedIn: Christophe Parisel’s Linkedin

Francesco Cipollone (host)

Francesco is a seasoned entrepreneur, CEO of the Contextual-based vulnerability management platform from code to cloud Phoenix Security, author of several books, host of multi-award Cyber Security & Cloud Podcast, speaker and known in the cybersecurity industry and recognized for his visionary views. He currently serves as Chapter Chair UK&I of the Cloud Security Alliance. Previously, Francesco headed HSBC’s application and cloud security and was Senior Security Consultant at AWS. Francesco has been keynoting at global conferences and has authored and co-authored several books. Outside of work, you can find me running marathons, snowboarding on the Italian slopes, and enjoying single malt whiskeys in one of my favourite London clubs.

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fracipo/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrankSEC42

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