Quick Heal Joins an AI collaboration Headquartered in the US

By Consultants Review Team Thursday, 18 April 2024

Quick Heal Technologies is inducted into the US Artificial Intelligence Safety Institute Consortium (AISIC). More than 200 businesses and organizations that are at the forefront of creating and utilizing AI systems are members of the US AISIC consortium.

The company’s membership in the AISIC highlights its commitment to responsible AI deployment, after its recent partnership with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) for Data Classification.

The organization is expected to contribute to five working groups inside AISIC, including risk management for generative AI, synthetic content, AI capacity evaluations, AI red-teaming, and safety. Seqrite Labs is India's biggest malware analysis lab, and it places a strong emphasis on research and development.

The partnership with the AISIC is a critical turning point that shows how developed and prepared India's cybersecurity ecosystem is to compete on a worldwide scale. AI is a two-edged sword that offers enormous potential as well as serious difficulties, according to Kailash Katkar, MD of Quick Heal Technologies, in a statement.

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