The Implications of AI for Cybersecurity | Innovations of the Future

June 6, 2024

During this Vision Dinner, Andriy Podstavnychy will delve into his approach for managing AI, discussing how he weighs risks against potential rewards and implements strategies to mitigate AI-related threats within his organization. You are most welcome to join as we explore these critical topics.

Andriy Podstavnychy, Arcadis

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Andriy Podstavnychy

Head of InfoSec Risk / Deputy CISO

Andriy Podstavnychy is an experienced information security leader with a strong technical background, adept at establishing Security Operations Centers (SOC), specialized in open-source intelligence. Andriy focusses on both people and technology and works with a team of information security officers to keep Arcadis safe. Currently he is also in charge of Arcadis’ efforts to manage risks that are associated with AI implementation. He has been active in his current role for a little over a year.



The tech industry has always been characterized by rapid advancements rather than steady progress, and the recent surge in AI is no exception. While this has captivated the world's attention with innovations like ChatGPT, it also presents a challenge for security professionals who must swiftly evaluate the risks posed by Large Language Models (LLMs).

Within Arcadis, and under the leadership of Andriy Podstavnychy, Deputy CISO, striking a delicate balance is imperative. They must navigate between excessive caution, which may hinder progress, and lax security measures that could lead to severe breaches in critical infrastructure. Andriy emphasizes that while the technological aspect is crucial, investing in human development is paramount for sustainable success. He believes organizations must lead in educating their workforce on AI to bridge the knowledge gap and ensure effective AI-tool utilization. Therefore, Arcadis is actively developing a training curriculum to equip its staff with essential AI competencies.


Location: Tutto Pepe, Baarn

17:30 | Start program (including presentation, discussion and a 3-course dinner)
20:30 | End of formal program, opportunity for informal networking



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