Sandy Carielli

Director of Security Technologies at Entrust Datacard

Sandy will be giving two talks at the conference:

Why is Artificial Intelligence Hard? What You Need to Know.

Artificial Intelligence is a growing trend, but there are a lot of misconceptions about what it is, what it can do and what is necessary for AI-powered solutions to be successful. If you want to incorporate AI into your environment or product, what do you need to know? We will cover basic terminology, provide many examples and help dispel some common AI “myths.”

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How Bad Incentives Led to Crypto Mining Malware, and What To Do About It

Crypto mining came about because human beings are terrible at creating incentives. In this presentation, we’ll discuss economic and systems principles about incentives, trace the rise of crypto mining malware to early incentive design for public blockchain and consider the pros and cons of alternative incentive models that could mitigate the popularity of crypto mining malware in the future.

Bio:
Sandy Carielli has spent over a dozen years in the cyber security industry, with particular focus on identity, PKI, key management, cryptography and security management. As Director of Security Technologies for Entrust Datacard, Sandy guides the organization’s next generation security and technology strategy. Prior to Entrust Datacard, Sandy was Director of Product Management at RSA, where she was responsible for SecurID and data protection. She has also held positions at @stake and BBN. Sandy has been a speaker at RSA Conference, SOURCE Boston, the NYSE Cyber Risk Board Forum and BSides Boston. She has a Sc.B. in Mathematics from Brown University and an M.B.A. from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

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