Securing Artificial Intelligence Products Against CyberattacksManojkumar Parmar of Bosch on Using AI to Bridge Gaps, Improve Detection
CISOs need to harden the algorithms written for artificial intelligence, as cybercriminals always leverage AI to launch a zero-day vulnerability, says Manojkumar Parmar, technical global program director at Bosch.
"While CISOs are writing AI-based algorithms to detect the attack patterns, they sometimes overlook the fact that the AI tool itself can become a new attack vector," Parmar says.
In an interview with Information Security Media Group, he offers insights on:
- Pitfalls in the use of AI with the network and security convergence;
- Using automation to bridge supply and demand gaps;
- Integrating AI with people, process, and technologies for better detection.
Parmar He is a technologist associated with emerging technology, deep technology, and automotive engineering. He has worked at Bosch for more than 13 years and is responsible for designing, leading, and driving technology-oriented strategies for the organization; building a global product at the intersection of AI and cybersecurity to safeguard AI systems; and leading the AI Security Initiative for Bosch Group. He is a recipient of the Chevening Cybersecurity Fellowship 2021 given by the U.K. Government's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.