Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development , Threat Detection

AI and ML: 'Game Changer' for Cybersecurity Data

Kotak CISO Girish Dixit on Power of Tailored AI Models in Threat Detection
Girish Dixit, CISO, Kotak Securities

Threat detection is a data-intensive process, and artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies can help security teams gain insights faster. But to get the most out of AI and ML, Kotak Securities CISO Girish Dixit advised organizations to create AI models tailored to the organization's nuances.

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"AI/ML will definitely be a game changer," Dixit said. "It will help the organizations and CISOs to detect and respond in a quicker fashion." But he added that the implementation is crucial to the success of the system. "It's very important to have that larger picture, not just look at something with a very specific, tool-based approach or look at a larger, threat-based approach."

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group at the Mumbai Summit Dixit also discussed:

  • Tech stack challenges;
  • The role of AI in social engineering and deepfakes;
  • The need for a unified view of the threat surface.

Dixit has over 12 years of experience in security and compliance including ISO and PCI compliance, mapping of security and business requirements, customer contract reviews, contract compliance and people management. He has deep industry experience in working with customers in the fields of IT and ITES, banking, FMCG and manufacturing.

About the Author

Mihir Bagwe

Mihir Bagwe

Principal Correspondent, Global News Desk, ISMG

Bagwe previously worked at CISO magazine, reporting the latest cybersecurity news and trends and interviewing cybersecurity subject matter experts.

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