AI Governance , AI Technologies , AI-Based Attacks

ChatGPT and Generative AI: Balancing Risks and Rewards

Rodman Ramezanian, Global Threat Lead, Skyhigh Security, Discusses Exploiting Generative AI Without Exposing the Organization to Greater Security Risks.
Rodman Ramezanian, global threat lead, Skyhigh Security

In this podcast interview with Information Security Media Group, Rodman Ramezanian discusses the pros and cons of different approaches to exploit generative AI safely from a cybersecurity perspective.

Ramezanian Sherman describes:

  • Why banning Chat GPT use can be counter-productive;
  • How tools can be put in place to restrict AI actions and increase control;
  • Ways in which we can defend against malicious AI use;
  • Why staff education on do’s and don’ts of AI use is essential to reap the rewards of AI safely.

With more than 11 years’ worth of extensive cybersecurity industry experience, Rodman Ramezanian is an enterprise cloud security advisor, responsible for technical advisory, enablement, solution design and architecture at Skyhigh Security. In this role, Rodman primarily focuses on Australian Federal Government, Defense, and Enterprise organizations.

Rodman specializes in adversarial threat Intelligence, cyber crime, data protection, and cloud security. He is an Australian Signals Directorate (ASD)-endorsed IRAP assessor and says he has a strong passion for articulating complex matters in simple terms, helping the average person and new security professionals understand the what, why, and how of cybersecurity.

About the Author

Tony Morbin

Tony Morbin

Executive News Editor, EU

Morbin is a veteran cybersecurity and tech journalist, editor, publisher and presenter working exclusively in cybersecurity for the past decade – at ISMG, SC Magazine and IT Sec Guru. He previously covered computing, finance, risk, electronic payments, telecoms, broadband and computing, including at the Financial Times. Morbin spent seven years as an editor in the Middle East and worked on ventures covering Hong Kong and Ukraine.

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