I'm an early member of Fractal leading 100X growth over 14+ years. I have delivered large analytics programs with 100MN+ impact at 10+ Fortune 100 CPGs for their CEO, CMO, CIO, CAO. I speak at various AI Conferences regularly.
Currently, I lead Fractal Dimension, an inter-disciplinary team (AI, Engineering, Cognitive sciences and Human Centered Design) to solve complex problems such as Sustainability, Responsible AI, Gender-neutral fashion, Cyber-Insurance, C-suite leadership agenda, transforming insurance underwriting & claims, Healthcare digital adoption, Rethinking Home loans experience, AI strategic roadmaps, disintermediation for DTC, rethinking Customer acquisition and engagement with Personalization 3.0 etc.
I am also helping NASSCOM in 2 initiatives - Responsible AI framework for India and unlocking value from India' open government data (data.gov.in).
Breaches have jumped by 600 percent during COVID, and that is likely not going to slow down any time soon. Therefore, it goes without saying that moving forward business leaders need a dedicated approach to cybersecurity. In years gone by, cybersecurity has often been lumped in with general IT planning and budgets. This simply isn’t going to work moving forward as cybersecurity needs to be carved into its very own business arm – one that is funded and supported just like any other business branch is. From there, all corporate branches need to work together to foster a collaborative environment to balance the cybersecurity needs of both today and tomorrow. Lastly, businesses need to find a way to dig deeper – through sophisticated methods like behavioral science – to truly understand how they can enact meaningful and sustained internal cybersecurity success so that they can empower their employees with training that is actually going to yield better cybersecurity results. Once these pillars are in place, then businesses can look to supplement with cybersecurity software and AI.26 December 2021