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The AI-powered OpenPolicy platform: democratizing policy impact

In a development that could transform the landscape of government affairs, a cutting-edge AI-powered platform democratizes access to knowledge and influence. This solution disrupts traditional lobbying methods and enables organizations of all sizes to actively participate in shaping public policy.

In many cases, navigating the regulatory environment can be daunting, especially for smaller organizations that lack the resources to hire lobbyists or stay up to date with changing government policies. OpenPolicy Platform by Open Policy Inc. sheds light on the transformative potential of democratizing government affairs.

“If you’re a CISO and you’re not managing AI, you risk being left behind,” said Amit Elazari (pictured), co-founder and CEO of Open Policy. “This regulatory mesh between cybersecurity, privacy and artificial intelligence requirements and regulators focusing on attestation, measurement or compliance artifacts creates a major opportunity for management companies.”

Elazari spoke with CUBE Research principal analyst Dave Vellante and principal analyst Shelly Kramer at the RSA conference during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s live broadcast studio. They discussed the OpenPolicy platform and how it can drive positive change and unlock new opportunities for all stakeholders. (*Disclosure below.)

Amit Elazari, co-founder and CEO of Open Policy, talks to theCUBE at the RSA conference about OpenPolicy's AI-powered platform.

Amit Elazari, co-founder and CEO of Open Policy, talks with theCUBE about OpenPolicy’s AI-powered platform.

The AI-powered platform enables innovators to collaborate

The goal of the OpenPolicy platform is to bridge the gap between government officials, venture capital and innovators, creating connections that might otherwise never come to fruition. According to Elazari, by fostering collaboration among various stakeholders, including governments and emerging technology companies, OpenPolicy seeks to democratize the public policy process.

“I think OpenPolicy is trying to do just that: create connections and be a platform for those connections that would never have been made,” she said. “We’re really seeing this happen, both in terms of connectivity and now, of course, with our platform, we’re scaling this technology.”

By harnessing the power of AI and coalitions, the OpenPolicy platform enables even early-stage companies to participate in shaping regulations that impact their industries. This democratization of access to knowledge and influence is a significant step towards leveling the playing field in policymaking.

“The idea was born from democratization and equalizing opportunities, but it had to be supplemented with technology, artificial intelligence, a platform and coalitions,” Elazari said. “A lot of our approach is not to try to go to government one-on-one, but to bring these innovators together.”

Driving impact through technology and collaboration

Instead of relying solely on traditional lobbying methods, the OpenPolicy platform combines technological innovation with collaborative partnerships to amplify its impact. According to Elazari, by using artificial intelligence to track regulatory changes and identify emerging trends, OpenPolicy enables organizations to stay ahead of the curve and proactively engage with policymakers.

“Ultimately, it creates market opportunities because if you can see what’s coming, you can design better,” she said. “If you engage, you will see that the government understands that there is a need to include these security solutions in the requirements. We have a lot of incoming data and are excited to scale. This is where the platform comes in.”

Moreover, the AI-powered platform’s emphasis on coalition building underscores the importance of collective action in driving meaningful change. By bringing together experts from different sectors, OpenPolicy creates a unified voice that resonates with decision-makers and influences the decision-making process. This collaborative model not only increases the effectiveness of advocacy efforts, but also fosters a more inclusive and transparent policy-making process.

“We have a product; we deliver it to our customers,” Elazari said. “This allows our ecosystem to really look at their products and understand what’s going on with the proposed rules and regulations that are changing all the time, and connect the dots — connect the dots for marketing materials, product strategy, and even be part of the conversation . “

Here’s the full video interview as part of SiliconANGLE and theCUBE Research’s coverage of the RSA conference:

(* Disclosure: TheCUBE is a paid media partner of the RSA Conference. Neither RSA Conference LLC, sponsor of theCUBE’s event coverage, nor other sponsors have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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