Call for Presentations

The official Call for Presentations/Papers (speakers) for SecurityWeek’s 2024 AI Risk Summit, being held June 25 & 26, 2024 at the Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay is open.

Tips for Acceptance:

  • Present In-Person – Presenters must be available to present IN-PERSON and be able to travel to Half Moon Bay, CA (USA) for the event which takes place on June 25-26, 2024.
  • Be Original – Proposed talks should be original and not have been presented prior at other events. We are looking for new, innovative talks that have not been seen elsewhere.
  • Submit Early – By submitting early, you will have a better chance of being accepted, as submissions will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
  • Not a Sales Pitch – Sessions should be educational and NOT be a masked sales pitch. 
  • Submissions will be reviewed on an ongoing basis so early submission is highly encouraged.

Most sessions will be a mix of 30 and 45-minute talks including time for Q&A. 

We invite submissions for presentations that provoke thought and provide actionable insights in areas, including, but not limited to:

Adversarial AI & Deepfakes:

  • Exploiting AI for malicious purposes
  • National security implications
  • Strategies to combat misinformation and brand damage

Protecting Sensitive Data in AI/ML Models:

  • Safeguarding against cyber threats and hacking
  • Preventing data breaches and information theft
  • Ethical manipulation of AI systems

AI Integration Roadmap Planning:

  • Incorporating AI in enterprise risk management
  • Protecting intellectual property
  • Cybersecurity strategy development

AI Failures and Rogue AI Mitigation:

  • Analyzing AI system failures
  • Real-world case studies
  • Risk mitigation strategies
  • AI Ethical Debates
  • Addressing privacy, bias, and critical decision-making

AI for Defense

  • Case studies on AI in risk mitigation and security enhancement
  • Solutions for complex security challenges

AI and Data Integration:

  • Handling and analyzing massive datasets
  • Big data architectures and cloud computing
  • Privacy in AI analytics

Regulatory Challenges:

  • Policy development for AI advancement
  • Balancing public interest with innovation
  • International regulatory cooperation
AI Risk Conference poster

Submissions must include proposed presentation title, an informative session abstract, including learning objectives for attendees if relevant; and contact information, headshot and bio for the proposed speaker.

All speakers must adhere to the 100% vendor neutral / no commercial policy of the conference. If speakers cannot respect this policy, they should not submit a proposal.

Be a Sponsor

As a sponsor of the AI Risk Summit, your company will gain unparalleled exposure to a specialized audience of security and risk management executives, AI researchers, policymakers, and software developers. Your brand will be prominently displayed as a thought leader at the forefront of addressing AI risks and ethical considerations.