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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cyber Crime
April 9 @ 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm EDT
This presentation demonstrates that it is possible to use Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence to detect and analyze cybercrime. The study uses deception to determine patterns that can be linked to some specific forms of cybercrime. Models detect cybercrime with predictive accuracy rates ranging from 60%-90%.
Speaker Name: Dr. Alex Mbaziira
Dr Alex Mbaziira is an assistant professor for cybersecurity at Marymount University in Arlington, VA. He is also a member of the cybersecurity and privacy working group for the Greater Washington Board of Trade. He has a doctorate and a masters in information security and assurance from George Mason University and another masters in information systems from Uganda Martyrs University. He was a Fulbright fellow at George Mason University and is a recipient of several academic and service awards. He presents and publishes peer-reviewed research in cybercrime and machine learning. He is also a member of professional organizations like IEEE.
In an effort to keep our members, the Greater Washington DC region, and the world informed and connected we are holding a series of FREE Cyber workshops for who is interested! We want to give you an outlet as we all adjust to the new norms we are faced with as a result of the escalating health concerns related to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we hope you can join us. We have a great lineup of presenters who will cover a variety of interesting topics for which one (1) CPE can be earned for each webinar attended. You will need to self-certify, however, as GWDC will not be sending you a CPE certificate.