I delivered a half-day workshop on phishing tactics and training methodologies at the NSF Cyber Security Summit 2020. The event was attended by students, professors and researchers working towards accessible and affordable solutions for cyber security solutions. In the workshop, I covered phishing goals and tactics. I also presented a tutorial on phishing training with the tool called GoPhish.
I was a panelist invited by the UC Berkeley School of Information to discuss the return of investment on grad school in the US, and the MIMS program in specific. I talk about available career opportunities and how to prepare for them.
I delivered a 30 minute talk on adversarial machine learning at the Trusted CI summit 2020 in San Diego. I presented fundamentals of adversarial machine learning, generative adversarial networks, adversarial attacks and their implications on real world systems.
I was invited as a panelist by the UC Berkeley School of Information to talk about how international students can manage their finances in grad school in the US. I talk about funding opportunities, fellowships, research assistantships and grants.
I was invited to contribute an article on artificial intelligence and ethics to the USENIX Login magazine in the March 2020 edition. In this article, we go beyond naming the problems that have garnered significant attention in recent years, and additionally reference several ongoing efforts to mitigate and manage key ethical concerns. We provide a variety of examples of ethical challenges related to AI, organized into four key areas: design, process, use, and impact. Our hope is that this article will result in researchers as well as industry practitioners being more mindful in their design and use of AI systems.