Cybersecurity Sessions S02E02: AI regulation & music, scalping for immigration appointments
A fresh Netacea panel of cyber experts are on hand once again to discuss the latest developments in security and bot-related news!
This month, in light of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman standing before US senators and requesting regulation of AI businesses, we give our views on whether one body – or even one nation – can or should regulate this rapidly developing industry.
Universal Music Group also instigated the removal of 7% of AI-generated tracks added to the service via Boomy, opening a debate about automated music creation, artistic copyrights and privacy, how AI models learn to make music, and how humans are influenced to create and consume music.
Also, with 69 arrests made by the Spanish police over a scalper bot ring targeting immigration appointments, our panel ponders how the approach to stopping such attacks differs depending on the target and industry.
Finally, credential stuffing is our attack of the month. As long as people reuse passwords across services, credential stuffing will be a viable attack – is it time the industry moved on and found a better way to authenticate users?
Dani Middleton-Wren – Head of Media, Netacea
Dani is a cybersecurity writer and marketing specialist, who strives to decipher the mysteries behind complex cybersecurity subjects and deliver them to a wide audience. Since joining Netacea in 2019, Dani has used her experience in journalism and analyst relations to create compelling external communication strategies that effectively articulate the threat of automated attacks.
Cyril Noel-Tagoe – Principal Security Researcher, Netacea
Cyril is an experienced information security professional and Principal Security Researcher at Netacea. He spends his time researching, speaking and writing about malicious bots and other cyber security topics.
Chris Collier – Solutions Engineering Manager, Netacea
Chris is an experienced technical manager who joined Netacea in 2021. Since this time, he’s helped countless clients onboard with our bot management product, ensuring they get a solution that fits their business needs and integrates with their existing platforms.
Andy Lole – CTO, Netacea
An experienced tech and product leader, Andy’s held leadership roles in digital marketplaces across real estate, travel and classifieds marketplaces. He’s developed and operated B2B SaaS tools and services, and core commercial platforms. At Netacea he focuses on expanding product delivery capabilities and customer experience.
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