ChatGPT and More in the Cyber World

ChatGPT and More in the Cyber World

Feb 28, 2023

In this episode of SecurPod, Ralph C. Jensen enjoys a conversation with Vikram Phatak, the founder and CEO of CyberRatings.org. The conversation starts with the topic of ChatGPT and its pros and cons in the cyber world. We also talk about testing of the latest cybersecurity technology — the asymmetry, or market distortion — because there is not enough transparency into how security products work. Testing provides ratings and test scores on security product effectiveness, performance and management and reporting capabilities. The CyberRatings.org team has unique security product testing expertise with a combined proficiency spanning more than three decades. Its executives have fostered well-established relationships with most large and small security vendors and have built an earned trust with vendors and enterprises.

As one of the industry’s foremost thought leaders, Phatak has extensive experience in cybersecurity technologies protecting networks, endpoints and the cloud. Phatak founded NSS Labs, Inc. in 2007 as a go-to source for trusted independent, fact-based guidance on security product efficacy. For more than a decade, he grew NSS Labs from a small test lab to a global leader in security product testing.

Duration: 23:42

Vikram Phatak


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