Artificial Intelligence Attacks: The Cyber Arms Race
Advances in artificial intelligence are leading to developments in cyber-attack technology, making threats faster and more sophisticated than ever. From smart ransomware through to sophisticated, customized malwares that blend into the network, security teams are struggling to keep up with the new generation of threats. In this cyber arms race, a new approach is needed to identify and respond to AI attacks and other subtle, advanced adversaries. During this webinar, Darktrace’s Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, will examine this challenge and explain why immune system technology, powered by unsupervised machine learning, will be critical in the future of cyber defense.
RecordedDec 6 201638 mins
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Michael Sherwood, CIO of City of Las Vegas, explains how implementing Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System with its autonomous defense capability fundamentally transformed their cyber security posture.
Dave Masson, Director of Enterprise Cyber Security
With new attack methods emerging every day, organizations are faced with the challenge of defending their systems against never-before-seen, machine-speed threats produced by an ever-evolving adversary. Moreover, insiders bring another layer of uncertainty to every organization – so how do security teams catch what’s lurking within their own networks?
Darktrace’s cyber AI technology offers the only approach capable of detecting and autonomously responding to subtle, stealthy threats across the entire digital infrastructure.
Join Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Cyber Security, Dave Masson, to hear about the latest threats that Darktrace AI has neutralized, including:
•A sophisticated attacker exfiltrating data via an internet-connected locker
•A novel form of malware spreading laterally within the network
•A widespread, insider-run bitcoin operation at a Fortune 500 company
Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence and Analytics, Darktrace
In an age of borderless networks, security for the cloud and security for the corporate network can no longer be separated. Security teams are now presented with the challenge of monitoring and controlling access to these cloud environments, as they represent yet another frontier for cyber-attacks. Real-time threat detection and complete visibility have never been more important – or more difficult.
Join Justin Fier, Darktrace’s Director of Cyber Intelligence and Analytics, as he explores how AI offers the best chance of catching and thwarting in-progress attacks into all parts of a network, regardless of its configuration.
In this webinar, learn:
•How the latest advancements in machine learning and AI are enabling unprecedented detection of never-seen-before attacks across today’s borderless networks
•How to gain visibility across virtual environments, third-party clouds, hybrid deployments, and cloud-only infrastructures
•How AI can autonomously respond to stop emerging threats, fighting the most important battles for you
•What smart prioritization and visualization of threats mean for resource allocation and lower risk
El panorama de las amenazas cibernéticas está cambiando. Además de los ataques de alta velocidad, los atacantes de hoy son más sofisticados y están jugando un juego más largo, uno que es silencioso y sigilosos. Su objetivo es interrumpir las operaciones, socavar la confianza o simplemente obtener secretos comerciales al no ser detectado dentro de las redes.
Los entornos digitales también están cambiando. El aumento de la digitalización, el aumento de los dispositivos de IoT y la nube significan que los límites de la red son más permeables que nunca. Asegurar el perímetro simplemente no es posible.
Para defenderse de las amenazas que evolucionan continuamente, la ciberseguridad del mañana debe ir más allá de buscar al atacante de ayer: debe encontrar lo que no sabe buscar. Las tecnologías de Inteligencia Artificial han conducido al surgimiento de redes de autoaprendizaje y autodefensa que logran esto: detectar y responder de forma autónoma a los ataques en curso en tiempo real. Estos sistemas ciberinmunes permiten que el equipo de seguridad se concentre en tareas de alto valor, puede contrarrestar incluso las amenazas de “machine speed” y trabajar en todos los entornos físicos, virtuales, o cloud.
Escucha a nuestros directores de Latinoamerica, Eduardo Lopez y Laura Jimenez, platicar sobre:
•Navegación de nuevos tipos de ciberamenazas, que incluyen la AI en armas
•Superar las limitaciones de los enfoques tradicionales para la seguridad de la información
•Adopción de un modelo de 'sistema inmune' para la seguridad cibernética, impulsado por el aprendizaje automático
•El poder de la Inteligencia Artificial para luchar de forma autónoma contra ataques en curso
•Amenazas cibernéticas en el mundo real frustradas por el aprendizaje automático, incluyendo los piratas informáticos y las amenazas furtivas de información privilegiada
Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Darktrace Industrial & Dave Cullen, Manager of IT, Entegrus & Paul Martinello, VP of IT, Energy+
With the US government and European Union issuing rare public warnings of imminent cyber-threats targeting critical infrastructure, how do we know if subtle and advanced threat-actors are lurking in our systems?
Silent and stealthy threats can be active on a network for weeks or months, slowly doing damage without detection. These pernicious threats are especially dangerous to industrial environments still reliant on legacy bespoke systems. Industrial Control Systems environments face a myriad of new security challenges such as connected industrial devices, sensors, remote maintenance repair operations, and increasing connectivity to IT systems. How can we combat these challenges amidst an increasingly volatile cyber-threat landscape?
Join Darktrace and leading energy companies, Entegrus and Energy+, for a discussion on how AI can be operationalized to secure networks across the energy industry and beyond.
In this webinar, learn about:
•Why Entegrus and Energy+ sought a new approach to address their security concerns
•How Darktrace fits into Entegrus and Energy+’s security stack, including how they operationalize the technology day-to-day
•How Darktrace can uniquely protect both IT and OT networks from the silent and stealthy threats that could unknowingly be on your network
Dan Fein, US Technical Lead, Darktrace & Chris Sprague, Security Engineer, TruWest Credit Union
With a vast supply of wealth and information, the financial services industry has long been a target for cyber-attacks and data breaches. In a post-Equifax world characterized by evolving, automated threats, stretched security teams, and increased regulations, financial institutions are struggling to stay one step ahead.
Join Dan Fein, Darktrace's US Technical Lead, and Chris Sprague, TruWest Credit Union's Security Engineer, as they discuss the security challenges that the financial services sector faces - and how they can be overcome leveraging AI technology.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Why financial services organizations are struggling to detect and respond to emerging threats before they do damage
- How TruWest Credit Union has implemented AI to bolster its security strategy
- How Darktrace uses AI and machine learning to defend financial services organizations worldwide
The year of 2018 may very well be the year of ‘smart malware’. As sophisticated threat-actors continue to bolster their toolkits, it is only a matter of time before we see weaponized AI targeting our organizations. Simultaneously, cyber security companies are racing to implement new AI technologies into their cyber defense strategies. We now find ourselves in an AI arms race. Defenders and attackers alike are rushing to stay one step ahead before machines fight machines on the battleground of corporate networks.
Amidst this new threat landscape, cyber defense has become a confusing terrain to navigate. What are the actual risks of AI-based attacks? What would an AI attack look like? And how can effectively implementing AI proactively defend against this new era of threat?
Join Dave Palmer, Director of Technology at Darktrace, on February 22nd at 9AM PST for a discussion on how AI will shape the next age of cyber defense.
In this webinar, you will learn:
•How AI will enhance the sophistication of cyber-threats
•Why organizations should prepare for AI-based attacks
•How cyber security companies are responding to advances in AI
•How Darktrace has leveraged AI to spearhead a fundamentally new approach to cyber defense
Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Technology, Darktrace Industrial & Simon Fellows, Head of Security, Darktrace
2017 left us with little doubt that attacks against our national critical infrastructure are real. The U.S. government and EU both released rare public statements for energy and utility firms, warning that sophisticated threat-actors are targeting industrial control systems at a never-before-seen rate.
Operational Technology (OT) systems present a unique cyber challenge that traditional technologies fail to meet. Reliant on bespoke legacy systems, industrial environments are increasingly connected to IT environments, a challenge compounded by remote maintenance repair operations and connected industrial devices.
Darktrace turns the OT security problem on its head, by leveraging AI to identify and neutralize threats to critical infrastructure in real time. Powered by machine learning, Darktrace’s Industrial Immune System understands the normal ‘pattern of life’ for every operator and device without requiring agents or knowledge of operating system – ensuring that cyber-attacks across OT and IT are stopped before they escalate into a crisis.
Join Darktrace Industrial’s Director of Technology, Andrew Tsonchev, and Darktrace’s Head of Security, Simon Fellows, for a discussion on the evolving OT threat landscape, and how immune system technology helps industrial organizations fight back.
In an age of cloud computing and connected devices, networks have become more complex than ever before. Security teams now face the challenge of securing cloud environments, IoT devices, and SaaS applications, as well as the standard corporate network. This expanding attack surface has introduced a host of new opportunities for threat actors, from compromising smart TVs and connected fish tanks to stealing data through Dropbox or AWS.
To keep pace with these changes, organizations across the world are turning to self-learning technologies powered by AI. Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System can detect and respond to cyber-threats in real time, while also providing visibility into all corners of the network. With the rise of stealthy cyber-attacks designed to blend into the network, automatically identifying subtle anomalies and threats as they happen has become paramount.
Join this webinar led by Darktrace’s Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, for an interactive discussion on:
•The challenges presented by the complexity of today’s corporate networks
•How Darktrace’s machine learning learns ‘on the job’, detecting zero-days and other threats that other tools miss
•Real-world case studies of threats to cloud environments and IoT devices
Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence; Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Cyber Analysis
Whether malicious or not, insider threat is a major source of problems, breaches and attacks. You cannot guarantee that 100% of your employees or credential holders – however well-educated and well-meaning – will do the right thing 100% of the time. Equally, an insider with malicious intent has the potential to cause almost unlimited damage, given their privileged access and the cloak of legitimacy they operate under. The scope for threat is therefore very broad, and yet often overlooked or underestimated.
Join Darktrace’s Director of Cyber Intelligence, Justin Fier, and Director of Cyber Analysis, Andrew Tsonchev, for four real-world examples of Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System thwarting insider threats, without relying on known threat patterns, rules, or signatures.
Jeff Cornelius, PhD., Executive Vice President of ICS Solutions; Leo Simonovich, Director of Cyber Strategy, Siemens
There is an urgent need for a new approach to combat the next generation of cyber-threats beyond the data center - across Operational Technology, Industrial Control Systems (ICS), sensors and industrial IoT devices. New AI-driven technology is making its way into innovation labs and into production environments within the world’s leading energy, manufacturing, municipalities, hospitals, and construction companies. These network-connected robots, sensors and IoT devices offer improvements in automation, efficiency and even safety, but often lack built-in cyber security.
The silver lining is that the same wave of AI that is ushering in these innovations can also be used as an approach to protect them. Darktrace’s AI-powered cyber defense, known as the Industrial Immune System, is used by some of the world’s leading energy and manufacturing companies to detect early indicators of cyber-attacks or vulnerabilities across OT, ICS, sensor and industrial IoT environments.
Join Darktrace’s Executive Vice President, Jeff Cornelius, PhD., to learn how Darktrace’s self-learning technology can be leveraged to help defend digital supply chains and ICS environments from cyber-attacks.
Since its advent, the Enterprise Immune System has revolutionized the way organizations detect and respond to cyber-threats. By leveraging advances AI, Darktrace has become the world leader in machine learning for cyber defense. Learn firsthand why Ovum declared Darktrace “one of the few cases where talk about use of AI in cyber security has turned into action.”
Join Darktrace’s Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, as he gives an exclusive preview to the newest capabilities of the Enterprise Immune System, including enhancements to autonomous response and ‘automating the analyst’.
Andrew Tsonchev, Director of Cyber Analysis and Bethany Edgoose, Lead Research Analyst
Over the course of the past year, cyber-attacks have frequently made headlines. In 2017 alone, global ransomware damage costs are expected to exceed $5 billion, with the total cost of cyber-crime expected to reach trillions of dollars.
Darktrace has detected over 30,000 in-progress cyber-threats, and has firsthand experience with modern, never-before-seen attacks, including fast moving ransomware, new strains of malware, compromised IoT devices, malicious insiders, attacks on cloud environments, and more.
Join our Director of Cyber Analysis, Andrew Tsonchev, and our Lead Research Analyst, Bethany Edgoose, as they present Darktrace's 2017 Threat Report, review novel cyber-attacks, and break down how they were detected by the Enterprise Immune System.
Join special guest speaker, Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan, as she discusses the challenges of ensuring cyber hygiene during M&As, and how Darktrace’s self-learning technologies can help firms incorporate cyber risk into the due diligence process and ensure the health of their networks.
Mergers and acquisitions present a unique cyber challenge: it has become critical for companies to add cyber assessment both to the pre-acquisition checklist and during the merging of the two companies’ networks. Today, companies are leveraging new breakthroughs in AI and machine learning to ensure the health of their networks before, during, and after the merger or acquisition.
Parker Ashley, Account Manager at Darktrace, and Brian Thomas, CIO of Swope Health Services
As cyber threats have developed in recent years, no industry has been more targeted by threat actors than healthcare, with attacks increasing by 63% in 2016. With the tremendous uptick in attacks coupled with the growing complexity of networks, healthcare organizations are turning toward new technologies to defend themselves from this new generation of cyber-threats.
Join Brian Thomas, CIO of Swope Health Services, and Parker Ashley, Account Manager for Darktrace, to learn how the threat landscape is evolving in healthcare, and how the Enterprise Immune System helps healthcare organizations across the world defend themselves from cyber attacks.
When the human immune system is faced with a new threat, not only can it detect it, but it produces antibodies that bind to it, and ultimately neutralize it. Now, through advanced AI and machine learning, Darktrace Antigena brings this automatic response capability to the network, acting on cyber threats in real-time, before they can do damage.
Join Darktrace's Director of Technology, Dave Palmer, for a conversation on how digital antibodies can react to threats, and how, in an age of attacks moving at machine speeds, security teams can keep pace.
Threats are more diverse and faster than ever. With technological changes like the Internet of Things and Cloud/SaaS capabilities, new forms of attack and high profile breaches have proved that traditional approaches to cyber defense are not enough.
Every month, Darktrace is finding attacks across our customer base that go unseen by traditional defenses and leverage modern methods to infiltrate networks. By learning a sense of self in the network, Darktrace is able to find the stealthy threats that are becoming more constant in cyber-attacks and bypassing legacy tools.
Join Darktrace’s Director of Cyber Analysis, Andrew Tsonchev, to hear the real-world examples of some of the novel and unique attacks detected by Darktrace in the past month, and how they were discovered.
In Operational Technology (OT) environments, perimeter defenses and air-gapping are no longer sufficient to protect networks. As digitization has taken hold, and IT and OT networks have converged, traditional defenses have fallen behind modern attacks. Nation states and other threat groups have been turning their sights on critical infrastructure and ICS systems, leading to damaging attacks on industrial plants, power stations, and other OT environments. As these attacks continue to increase, it is clear that a self-learning approach is needed, using machine learning.
Andrew Tsonchev, Principal Consultant; Simon Wilson, Senior Cyber Technician
By 2020, 92% of all business will rely on cloud infrastructure. The shift to cloud and virtualized environments is changing the nature of network borders, and creates a new frontier for cyber-attackers. How do security teams defend their organizations against emerging threats within the cloud and beyond?
Neil Goldfarb, Gerente Regional de Darktrace, y Victor Ibañez, Gerente del País de Cast Info
Los avances de inteligencia artificial siguen aumentando y estos avances nos están llevando a un desarrollo impresionante y peligroso en la tecnología de ciberataques, los cuales causan que las amenazas sean más rápidas y más sofisticadas. Desde el ransomware inteligente hasta malware sofisticadas y personalizadas que se integran a la red, los equipos de seguridad están luchando para seguir el ritmo de la nueva generación de amenazas.
Dentro de la carrera de ciberarmas, una nueva estrategia es esencial para identificar y responder a los ataques de IA y a otros adversarios sutiles y avanzados. Durante el webinar, el Gerente Regional de Darktrace, Neil Goldfarb, y el Gerente Regional de CastInfo, Victor Ibañez, examinarán este desafío y explicarán por qué la ‘tecnología del sistema inmune’, propulsada por machine learning no-supervisado, será crítica en el futuro de la ciberdefensa.
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