“How ChatGPT Can Fool Cyber Security Systems”

Are your organization’s cyber security systems safe? Can they stand up to threats from artificial intelligence and ChatGPT?

An organization’s cyber security system is the internet-connected system incorporating hardware and software that stands between employees/customer data and cyber attacks. Artificial intelligence and ChatGPT can enhance these systems—or be used to attack them. Hackers are increasingly using ChatGPT’s ability to mimic human speech and grammatical patterns as a way to hack organizational systems.

Or, could hackers break into ChatGPT itself for malicious use?

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to join xLab and learn from our panel of experts about ChatGPT and the cyber security challenges and opportunities it can present. This virtual talk, titled “How ChatGPT Can Fool Cyber Security Systems,” will be held Thursday, Sept. 28, from noon to 1 p.m. 

Speakers will include: 

  • Justinian Fortenberry, chief information security officer of Etsy;
  • Leni Gali, CIO/CISO advisory; and 
  • Ali Khan, CISO of Better.com.

Register to attend.