Keeping up in today’s threat landscape requires anticipation, autonomous action, and high identity confidence. Modern threat actors have pushed their efforts to edge devices, and defenders must follow.
As we lean into the new year, two cybersecurity truths are apparent:
A key take-away: high confidence, local intelligence is needed in order to enable actions that can disrupt an active kill-chain. To achieve this vision, certain tightly held industry-wide assumptions must be critiqued and adjusted accordingly.
January 10, 2019
11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST
Speaker: Scott Scheferman, Senior Director of Global Services at Cylance
As Sr. Director of Global Services, Scott works with our strategic partners and accounts to deliver a holistic security message centered around the intersection of artificial intelligence and human expertise. Existing in the white spaces on the org chart, he works within every discipline in the organization ranging from Incident Response, Red Teaming, Research, Threat Guidance, Data Science, Testing, Sales/Marketing, and Engineering, to help solidify and best articulate Cylance’s mission and the awakening it is creating in the cybersecurity industry: that our friend, AI, provides wonderful and powerful ways to help us navigate the landscape ahead.
An avid presenter, trusted confidant, and liaison, Scott works endlessly to help his clients protect their end-users and missions alike.
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.