Spring is upon us and, after opening the season with big showings at RSA and HIMSS in back-to-back weeks, Cylance is hitting the open road around the world.
Our first big event is CeBIT, March 20th-24th, in Hannover, Germany. Cylance CEO and Founder Stuart McClure has two speaking sessions, each discussing the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the current landscape:
The following week, we continue the world tour with a stop in Singapore, March 28th-31st, for Black Hat Asia. Cylance’s Greg Singh will lead the session Artificial Intelligence Verses Malicious Code: Can AI Save Us?
From there, it’s on to sunny Orlando, April 3rd-5th, for InfoSecWorld. Cylance’s Director of Security Architecture, Aditya Kapoor, leads the session Recent Trends in Financially Motivated Attacks.
Peppered throughout the spring, you’ll be able to find us at SecureWorld events all over the country. If you're local, be sure to register:
We will end April in Chicago, April 30th-May 3rd, for the National Laboratories IT Summit.
In May, we are heading north to Denmark, May 3rd-4th, for InfoSec Denmark. Cylance Systems Engineer, Robin Sundin, will be speaking on Moving Beyond Legacy Endpoint Security Technology with Artificial Intelligence.
We will close out the Spring in Tokyo, May 10th-12th, with Japan IT Week.
Then… summer begins in London, June 6th-8th with InfoSec Europe.
Think we’re resting in-between all these dates? Nope, Cylance will be all over the world for tech days, partner events, and other regional shows. Make sure you check out the schedule on our Events Page regularly. We’d love to meet you and chat about how AI and machine learning can enable organizations to protect themselves proactively.
Looking forward to seeing you… somewhere in the world!