Computational T-Cells—Artificial intelligence for future threat hunting

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Herbert Roitblat, Principal Data Scientist, Mimecast

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As T-cells protect the body from epidemics by hunting down the attacking disease in the body, computational T-cells are needed to protect the enterprise. Biological T-cells learn to distinguish the body’s own cells from attackers. Artificial intelligence and machine learning are required to distinguish an organization’s normal beneficial cyber activity from attacks. Join Mimecast Principal Data Scientist, and Author of Algorithms Are Not Enough, Herbert Roitblat, for a discussion of how artificial intelligence can be used to identify indicators of threat and eliminate the danger.

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