- 28 Feb 2024
AI and the Future of Work Maximising productivity while minimising risks
Sponsored by FTI Consulting
Join industry experts for an insightful discussion on AI's role in work dynamics, risk management, and human adaptation strategies.
Discover the pivotal role of AI in reshaping work dynamics and managing risks in the workplace.
This event, sponsored by FTI Consulting as part of Wales Week in London, delves into diverse aspects of AI integration: from cybersecurity and crisis management to GDPR compliance, insurance, and energy networks.
Engage with esteemed speakers including Kate Brader, Senior Managing Director in the crisis team at FTI Consulting, Charlie Palmer, Global Head of Telecom, Media & Technology at FTI Consulting, and Prof. Pete Burnap from Cardiff University, Director of the Cardiff Centre for Cyber Security Research.
Gain insights into leveraging AI for positive outcomes while exploring strategies for human adaptation in an evolving work landscape.
Wales Week in London is the annual showcase of activities and events that celebrate and promote everything that is great about Wales. This is the opportunity for Welsh organisations to promote their products and services, and develop new London-based audiences, partnerships and connections.
Charlie is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting. He works in the Strategic Communications segment and is based in London. Charlie also serves as the Global Head of the segment’s Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT) industry practice, and is part of the segment’s Financial Communications practice.
Charlie provides communications advice to a broad range of both international companies. He has worked on over US$150bn of transactions, including agreed and hostile M&A, activist defence, IPOs and SPACs. He also has considerable broader IR experience, including helping to set up the IR function for Volvo Cars. He has over 20 years’ experience and has been with the group for over 20 years.
Kate is a crisis communication and crisis management specialist with deep expertise and experience in managing high profile live incidents.
Kate's work has included responding to the NotPetya cyber-attack; high profile discrimination issues; and environmental activism.
Kate is passionate about principles based, strategic resilience planning to prepare companies to respond to the unexpected.
Previous to joining FTI Consulting, Kate developed and led the 'Live Response' service offering and capability at Deloitte. She joined Deloitte as part of the acquisition of her firm Regester Larkin, where she established and ran its Americas business, based in Houston, TX.
Professor Burnap is Director of the Cardiff Centre for Cyber Security Research, and Airbus's only global Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Analytics. He was appointed to the UK Government's AI Council, advising on AI and the data economy.
His research covers the development of artificial intelligence approaches to automated cyber attack detection and response, and the fusion with risk and human factors of cybersecurity.
Professor Burnap also directs the Wales Cyber Innovation Hub – a £13.8m programme aiming to grow the Wales cybersecurity sector by 50% over the next 5 years through innovations in IP commercialisation, and to develop a world class suite of hands-on cybersecurity skills programmes aligned to local industry needs – reskilling over 1500 people in South East Wales.
FTI Consulting is a global firm that offers strategy, risk, and compliance services to help clients optimize performance and navigate complex challenges.
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