Prof. Abhijit Sen
Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
Speech Title: Role of Generative AI in Computer Security and Privacy
Abstract:Tailored for both cybersecurity enthusiasts and professionals across diverse backgrounds, thesession aims to explore the transformative influence of Generative AI in safeguarding digitalecosystems. From its innovative applications in threat intelligence, anomaly detection, andauthentication systems to ethical considerations surrounding its use, we will navigate throughthe pivotal role Generative AI plays in shaping the future of cybersecurity. Whether you're aseasoned professional or new to the field, join us as we demystify the intricate intersections ofGenerative AI, computer security, and privacy. The presentation will conclude with a Q&Asession, providing an opportunity to delve deeper into the emerging opportunities andchallenges lying ahead.
Biography: Dr. Abhijit Sen is a Professor of Computing Science and Information Technology at KwantlenPolytechnic University in BC, Canada, holding a Ph.D. from McMaster University, an M.S. degreefrom the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from the IndianInstitute of Technology, Kharagpur. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Sen has played pivotalroles in organizations like Canadian Aviation Electronics and Microtel Pacific Research.
His international impact includes positions as a visiting professor at institutions in New Zealand,Germany, India, and China. Dr. Sen is a renowned keynote speaker at international conferences,showcasing thought leadership. He actively contributes to academia, serving as a reviewer andtechnical committee member for various conferences, along with editorial board roles forconference proceedings publications. As an external examiner, he evaluates Ph.D. theses atmultiple universities.
Dr. Sen's research interests encompass Wireless Networking, Security, RFID, ComputingEducation, Distributed Systems, DevOps, and Artificial Intelligence. Recognized for hisdedication, he received the Distinguished Teaching Award from Kwantlen Polytechnic University.A Life Member of IEEE, he has served in the Executive Committee of IEEE, Vancouver Chapter.His contributions have been recognized by the IEEE, Vancouver Chapter, highlighting hisunwavering commitment and individual contributions to the organization.