AIDRC’s Dr. Thierry Lestable features in sponsor interview ahead of Black Hat USA 2022

Sep 20, 2022
Dr. Thierry Lestable


We are pleased to share that Dr. Thierry Lestable, Executive Director, AI and Digital Science Research Center (AIDRC) was part of the sponsor interviews hosted ahead of Black Hat USA 2022, an internationally renowned cybersecurity event that ran in Las Vegas from August 6-11.

Black Hat was established in 1997 and holds a reputation globally as the most up-to-date, contemporary event for information security research. In addition to the latest insights and cutting-edge research, the event brings under the scanner developments and trends from around the world of cyber security. Black Hat Briefings and Trainings are organized annually in the USA, Europe, and Asia, delivering premier venues, and connecting the elite security fellowship to its relevant audience.

Dr. Lestable discussed the exciting projects currently underway at AIDRC in the interview, focusing on Cyber Reasoning Systems (CRS) handline software and systems security, as well as infrastructure security, applications and platforms. He also shared insights on the industry’s progress in developing self-healing/autonomous cyber-reasoning security systems against intrusions, vulnerabilities, or malware. He affirmed the growing native availability of AI within system design stages, and highlighted advances in Large Language Models (LLM), and the quantum computing revolution, which will boost the development and commercial adoption of such systems in the coming decade..

Dr. Lestable said: “At the Technology Innovation Institute (TII), we conduct a wide variety of research on multiple fronts, all the while remaining mindful about demonstrating the feasibility of our technology in real world applications. Our talented team of researchers and engineers, as well as our highly sophisticated laboratory capabilities at AIDRC allow us to develop critical cybersecurity systems and software to help find answers to tomorrow’s problems today.”

AIDRC is committed to creating disruptiveapproaches and effective methods to enhance cybersecurity systems and to strengthening its own approach in delivering breakthroughs. The Center is keen to enable in-depth exploration of vulnerabilities and remediation capabilities at length, and to help identify new techniques and solutions to safeguard software against malicious attacks.

Please find the full interview here:

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