Public Event: Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) Risk Management Framework (RMF) is designed to help users and developers of AI analyze and address the risks of AI systems while providing practical guidelines and best practices to address and minimize such risks. Join Mohamed Malki, OIT’s Director of Enterprise Security Architecture and Global Cybersecurity trainer, to learn about how the AI RMF can produce enhanced processes, improved awareness and knowledge, and greater engagement when working with AI systems. Core concepts in responsible AI emphasize human centricity, social responsibility and sustainability. AI Risk Management can drive responsible uses and practices by prompting organizations and their internal teams who design, develop, and deploy AI to think more critically about context and potential or unexpected negative and positive impacts. Understanding and managing the risks of AI systems helps enhance trustworthiness, and in turn, cultivate public trust.


Wednesday, Nov. 15, 11 a.m. - Noon

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Mohamed Malki

Director of Enterprise Security Architecture - Information Security Office, OIT

Mohamed has been a key player in transforming the State of Colorado’s security landscape by helping build Colorado’s cybersecurity plan and designing the state’s public cloud architecture. He holds multiple degrees, speaks four languages, and has more than 60 certifications, such as Azure AI-900, CEH, PMP, TOGAF, CISM, CISSP, CISA, ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer and Lead Auditor instructor, CGRC, Blockchain Architect, Cloud Architect, and more. Mohamed was recognized as “State Cybersecurity Leader of the Year 2019," the state leader who demonstrates a passion and focus on keeping systems secure and thinking about security in the big picture of state IT.