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CSSF Artificial Intelligence whitepaper: Opportunities, Risks & Recommendations for the Financial Sector

ISACA Luxembourg

Wednesday, 2 October 2019 from 09:45 to 13:30 (CEST)

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Dear ISACA.Lu Members, partner associations members, All,

ISACA.Lu is privileged to invite you to a presentation of CSSF’s whitepaper “Artificial Intelligence: opportunities, risks & recommendations for the financial sector”. The conference will be presented by David HAGEN, Head of IT supervision at CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier), and Anna CURRIDORI, IT supervisor at CSSF and also author of the whitepaper.

The conference is free to all interested parties - No-Shows Will Be Billed 25,00€

Conference Description:

Today, Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) is one of the most promising technologies, and different kinds of practical applications, especially in the financial sector, are emerging.

The potential benefits that AI can bring are enormous, but these can only be achieved if the fundamentals of this technology and its underlying risks are well understood and an adequate control framework is put in place.

In this context, the CSSF has recently issued a white paper which provides a description of the basic concepts associated with Artificial Intelligence and machine learning more in particular. Furthermore, the document provides an in-depth analysis of the main risks associated with AI technology and some key recommendations to take into account when implementing AI inside a business process.

The presentation will cover the main topics included in the whitepaper and will focus in particular on the risks and recommendations for the Luxembourg financial sector for a sound implementation of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning concepts.

Speaker Profile:

David Hagen is in charge of the supervision of the information systems and of the support PFSs (Professionals of the Financial Sector) at the CSSF. He lectures at the University of Luxembourg and is a member of the National Committee on electronic signatures. David was awarded the ”Lifetime career award” from the Luxembourg ICT community in 2017.

Anna Curridori is currently working in the IT Supervision department of the CSSF. Previously, she served as Information Security Manager for Lombard International Assurance S.A. for 8 years and as Senior Consultant for Deloitte. In addition, Anna has been an active Board member of ISACA Luxembourg chapter for several years. In 2019, Anna received the “Woman Talent of the Year” award from the Luxembourg Information Security community.

Date & Time

  • October 2nd, 2019
  • Registration: 09:45 to 10:30
  • Conference: 10:30 to 12:00
  • Networking cocktail: 12:00 to 13:30

Place: Patisserie de Namur, 2, rue de Bitbourg, Hamm, Lu1273

2 CPE's will be awarded for attending this conference for those maintaining certifications

The conference is free to all interested parties - No-Shows Will Be Billed 25,00€

Do you have questions about CSSF Artificial Intelligence whitepaper: Opportunities, Risks & Recommendations for the Financial Sector? Contact ISACA Luxembourg

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Patisserie de Namur,
2 rue de Bitbourg, Hamm
L-1273 Hamm
Luxembourg

Wednesday, 2 October 2019 from 09:45 to 13:30 (CEST)


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