For the past seven years in my role as CTO of Interset, I’ve been struck by the importance of communication. The areas of analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are all sophisticated and fast-moving, it’s no wonder it can sometimes seem like a sea of nonsensical buzzwords and technical jargon. At Interset, one of our guiding principles is transparency: being able to explain the technologies that we are using, and how we are applying it to solve the problems that matter, is important to earning the trust of our customers.
That’s why I’m so thrilled to be hosting a new podcast series on our Interset Unplugged channel, called Humans and Machines, where my colleagues and I will be interviewing guests, who are all fantastic experts in various areas, to better explain technical topics related to cybersecurity and AI. We’ll cover a broad range of topics, from high level topics like AI trust and ethics, to technical topics like blockchain and quantum cryptography, with experts and industry leaders. But we’ll also keep it light-hearted: we should have fun while we are learning!
For our launch episode, titled State of Security AI, I could not think of a better person to chat about the overall state of Security and AI than Dr. Zero Trust himself, Chase Cunningham. Chase is incredibly knowledgeable and well-respected by many of us in this field and known as much for his deep technical expertise as well as his tells-it-like-it-is approach to everything he does. And in this episode, he doesn’t hold back, and helps me survey the good, the bad, and the ugly of AI in Security. We also might have discussed physical injuries, and Star War’s Mandalorian.
Finally, we left a little Easter egg for our audience near the end of the podcast. Make sure you stick around for Chase’s medical recommendation on vaccination. 🙂
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