Chatbots for Cybersecurity
In this presentation, we’ll dive into the world of chatbots and learn how they can be leveraged for cybersecurity tasks. Specifically, we’ll explore the use of large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT and examine the advantages and limitations of this technology.
We’ll start with an introduction to chatbots and LLMs, including how they work and why they are relevant to cybersecurity. From there, we’ll delve into the practical applications of chatbots for both defensive and offensive security.
On the defensive side, we’ll explore how chatbots can be used to automate tasks such as log parsing, web scraping, and data analysis. We’ll also look at how they can simplify complex security concepts and help educate team members at various levels of expertise.
On the offensive side, we’ll examine how chatbots can be used for tasks such as social engineering and phishing simulations, as well as for automating various attack techniques.
Throughout the presentation, we’ll share real-world examples of how ChatGPT has been used in security engineering tasks, including generating python scripts, creating cybersecurity content for social media, and even helping with complex projects.
By the end of the presentation, you’ll have a better understanding of the potential of chatbots and LLMs for cybersecurity tasks, and how you can integrate these tools into your own workflow.
- basic knowledge of python
- basic knowledge about Internet protocols such as HTTP and DNS
Who should attend
While there’s no minimum required experience to attend, this talk will best suited for:
- College students
- Software & Security Engineers
- Cloud Engineers
- DevOps people
- Incident response / penetration testers / hackers
- Any person that wants to learn more about chatbots