Preventing attacks against government agency networks can be a costly and resource-intensive endeavor, but the cost of a successful breach can be far worse by impacting critical infrastructure and undermining public trust.
BlackBerry® Cylance® solutions are built using artificial intelligence and machine learning to identify and block cybersecurity attacks that have gone undetected. Join this webinar to see how BlackBerry Cylance can shift your government agency’s security posture to prevention instead of response.
About the Speaker:
John Wood, BlackBerry Cylance, Director of Incident Containment
John Wood has his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice/Chemistry, Master of Science in Computer Forensics and was a forensic examiner on several high profile cases that include Snowden, Petraeus, 911 attacks, Ardit Ferizi ISIS case, Russian Voter intrusion case, Michael Kadar, etc. He is a retired FBI agent after 23 years of service and has conducted IR on national security cases at the White House, State Department and both houses of Congress.
Earn One CPE Credit When You Attend
This webinar is eligible for your continuing professional education credit. Attendees in the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2 Program will earn one credit for attending this webinar.