How do we defend against cyber-attacks that can strike at any time? Today’s most advanced threats spread throughout an organization in seconds, before humans can possibly react, let alone take preventative action. When ransomware hits at 2am, how can a security team sleeping in bed defend your enterprise?
AI is critical for defense in this cyber-threat climate. Attacks are getting faster and more advanced, while the digital business continues to grow in size and complexity. Human security teams simply cannot keep up.
The most cyber-mature organizations are relying on AI Autonomous Response. Drawing on real-world stories, this webinar will examine how cyber AI enables enterprises to neutralize the most sophisticated threats in a matter of seconds, putting the advantage firmly back in the hands of the defenders.
Learn How AI Autonomous Response:
- Tackles fast-moving attacks like ransomware and insider threats like covert data exfiltration
- Generates a highly precise response to contain and combat threats in real time – without disrupting normal business operations
- Utilizes a confidence-building model, allowing you to gain trust in AI decision-making
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Eugene Low, Regional Director, SEA and South Asia, Darktrace
Among rapidly evolving technological advancements, the emergence of AI-enhanced malware is making cyber-attacks exponentially more dangerous and harder to identify. In the near future, we will begin to see supercharged, AI-powered cyber-attacks leveraged at scale. To protect against offensive AI attacks, organizations are turning to defensive cyber AI, which can identify and neutralize emerging malicious activity, no matter when, or where, it strikes.
In this session, learn about:
- Paradigm shifts in the cyber landscape
- Advancements in offensive AI attack techniques
- The Immune System Approach to cyber security and defensive, Autonomous Response capabilities
- Real-world examples of emerging threats that were stopped with Cyber AI
Nick Trim, Darktrace CRO and Zak Brown, McLaren Racing CEO
A split-second decision can mean make or break for both McLaren’s drivers out on the track, and security teams trying to contain a fast-moving cyber-attack.
Join us for a special edition of our ‘In Conversation with’ series featuring CEO of McLaren Racing, Zak Brown. Darktrace’s CRO Nick Trim will host this session where he will be talking to Zak Brown about:
The impact of Covid-19 on the Formula 1 2020 season
How the organization and employees have adapted
What is next for McLaren and for the motor racing industry
Dan Fein, Director of Email Security Products - Americas and Mariana Pereira, Director of Email Security Products - EMEA
As organizations continue to accelerate digital transformation in order to endure ongoing global disruption, there has never been more at stake for organizations – and cyber security has never been more crucial. While attacker techniques are advancing, over 90% of cyber-attacks still originate in the inbox, and with thousands of new domains created on a daily basis and impersonation and spoofing attacks becoming ever more sophisticated, organizations urgently need a new approach to email security.
Join Darktrace’s Directors of Email Security Products, Dan Fein and Mariana Pereira, as they provide expert insights into how cyber AI is the only tool that can keep pace with the rapidly evolving threat landscape facing organizations’ inboxes each and every day.
Discussion will include:
An overview of Darktrace’s latest innovations to secure email environments across dynamic workforces
Exploration of the most recent email threat trends – and how attacks are evolving
Case studies and real-world use cases from industry-leading customers
Jo Peterson, Clarify 360; Dr Richard Ford, Cyren; Geoff Vaughan, Security Innovation & Mariana Pereira, Darktrace
There are an estimated 1.5 billion people working remotely due to COVID-19 and email is one of the ways businesses are communicating and staying connected with customers, employers and vendors. Ransomware, phishing and email exploits are continuing to rise. According to Security Magazine, over 96% of all security attacks begin with an email.
Today’s panel will focus on:
- the current state of email security and tools,
- best practices for email safety, resilience planning, brand protection and thoughts on training
Moderator: Tejasri Devarapalli; Richard Meeus, Akamai; Nabil Zoldjalali, Darktrace; John Aarsen, SonicWall;
Securing the cloud can be challenging for many reasons. From data breaches that result in excess spending and loss of trust, to implementing and maintaining a security strategy.
According to Gartner, the public cloud services market is expected to grow 17% in 2020. With this in mind, how can businesses secure their cloud access while adopting new cloud strategies? Some cloud security vendors have adopted AI and machine learning methods to protect against threats to the cloud.
According to Cybersecurity Insiders, less than a third of businesses are monitoring abnormal workforce behavior across their cloud footprint. This is alarming considering the significant increase in usage of cloud apps and collaboration platforms.
Join this expert panel where cloud security leaders will discuss:
- The key threats faced by businesses implementing cloud services
- How AI, autonomous response and machine learning can help to detect threats
- How vulnerability scanning can optimize your cloud security strategy
Alongside the rise of today’s dynamic workforce, the speed and scale of sophisticated cyber-attacks is rapidly increasing. As the cybersecurity industry continues to endure an ongoing skills shortage, over-worked and under-resourced teams urgently need augmentation in order to defend against evolving, sophisticated threats.
For over three years, Darktrace experts have been working to meet this challenge, investigating whether they could teach AI to think like a cybersecurity analyst. It takes subtle, nuanced skills and implicit knowledge for an analyst to detect genuinely threatening activity, and the creation of the world-first Cyber AI Analyst took analyzing over one hundred of the world’s top threat analysts and complex machine learning algorithms.
Join Brianna Leddy, Darktrace’s Director of Analysis, as she discusses the Cyber AI Analyst in action, and how the capability augmented human security teams defending against a large-scale worming attack in real time.
Data privacy is critical in increasingly digitized business environments, where the workforce is dispersed and dynamic, and relies on collaboration platforms, smart devices, and cloud computing.
Join Dave Masson as he explains what a privacy and regulation first approach to security looks like, and how to ensure that companies have total visibility over their digital estate and can continuously monitor sensitive data. There will also be a special focus on how AI-powered cyber defense offers organizations an unchangeable audit log and event replay, defending against potentially devastating cyber-attacks and data breaches.
Discover how AI-powered cyber defense:
· Actively enforces an anonymized and compliant security practice, minimizing the accessibility of
data and reducing the risk of breaches
· Supports compliance to regulations such as The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the New York State Department of Financial
· Stopped internal data theft from the cloud in a UK retail company where the malicious actor was
trying to monetize stolen databases
Karen McElhatton, Group CIO at McLaren, and Marcus Fowler, Darktrace’s Director of Strategic Threat
A split-second decision can mean make or break for both McLaren’s drivers and security team trying to contain a fast-moving cyber-attack.
Join Karen McElhatton, Group CIO at McLaren, and Marcus Fowler, Darktrace’s Director of Strategic Threat, as they recreate their discussion from Black Hat on:
• Why McLaren must constantly innovate to protect its distributed workforce
• How Cyber AI thwarted an attempted breach on corporate McLaren identities using password
• Why AI gives McLaren a winning advantage on and off the track
Rachel Veal, Ad Hoc | Ido Safruti, PerimeterX | Josh Kirkwood, CyberArk | Max Heinemeyer, Darktrace
Sacrificing data security for faster innovation is one of the main causes of tension between cybersecurity and IT professionals on the one side and DevOps teams on the other. So, how should organizations bridge this divide and what do they need to implement?
Join this exclusive keynote panel to learn more about:
- Why securing DevOps pays off in the long run
- Shifting left: What is it, how it works and why your organization needs it
- How to make security an integral part of the DevOps process
- DevOps security checklist
- Recommendations for tools and workflows that enable better security
Rachel Veal, IT & Security Program Manager, Ad Hoc (moderator)
Ido Safruti, Chief Technology Officer, PerimeterX
Josh Kirkwood, Solution Engineering Manager, CyberArk
Max Heinemeyer, Director of Threat Hunting, Darktrace
Join David Masson, Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Security, as he uncovers the evolving challenges of securing industrial control systems, including digitized OT, exponential connections to Industrial IoT, and expanding internet-connected supply chains – and why artificial intelligence could be the answer.
In this webinar, David will also explore:
A new generation of threats facing the industrial sector
Threat discovery: Compromised equipment at a food manufacturer
Threat discovery: Serpent ransomware infection in the oil and gas industry
Though parts of the world are slowly transitioning back to ‘normal’, cyber-attackers have not slowed down and may even be waiting to take advantage of new business challenges.
Join Marcus Fowler, Darktrace’s Director of Strategic Threat, as he discusses how traditional cyber security tools are ill-equipped to protect today’s dynamic workforce. There will also be focus on the future of remote working as organizations find themselves balancing technological advancement and the unforeseen risks that this brings.
Don’t miss this 20-minute webinar to discover how Cyber AI:
· Autonomously detects and responds to cyber-attacks in the first instance and before damage is done
· Thwarted a Covid-19 email impersonating the CEO of an electricity distributor
· Neutralized a SaaS takeover at a Panamanian bank
Nabil Zoldjalali, Darktrace’s Director of Cloud Security
Cloud and SaaS platforms have created digital environments where businesses can innovate, collaborate, and share more than ever before. However, this is often at the cost of visibility and control.
Join Nabil Zoldjalali, Darktrace’s Director of Cloud Security, as he discusses the challenges of securing cloud and SaaS applications, and learn why Cyber AI is best-in-class in protecting organizations’ dynamic workforces and constantly-changing digital infrastructure.
Find out how Cyber AI thwarted:
• Malicious file download in Box.com
• Crypto-mining malware inadvertently installed
• Developer misuse of AWS cloud infrastructure
Consumer demands for connectivity and accessibility are fueling automotive innovation and expanding cyber-attack surfaces. Autonomously-driving vehicles, increasing numbers of IoT devices, and ‘smart’ technologies for our cities and homes are creating new cyber vulnerabilities even as they transform our daily lives.
Join Eloy Avila, Darktrace’s CTO for the Americas and member of the Experiences Per Mile (EPM) Advisory Council, as he introduces the EPM’s recent report focused on the automotive industry. Eloy will analyze the security implications of recent trends and highlight how lessons learned across this sector can be applied to other industries.
Topics covered will include:
--How data is both fueling transformations and incentivizing cyber-criminals
--The security challenges created by consumer demands and automotive trends
--Why cross-industry collaboration is critical to stay ahead of cyber-attacks
Justin Fier, Darktrace's Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics
The financial sector is more vulnerable than ever to stealthy and persistent cyber-attacks, especially as much of the industry workforce goes remote.
Join Justin Fier, Darktrace's Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics, as he deep-dives into the cyber risks that financial institutions now face, including fast-acting ransomware, insider threat, and advanced phishing attacks – all while these institutions manage ever-expanding digital businesses. He will also explain how cyber-criminals will soon leverage AI-enhanced malware, and how financial institutions can stay ahead of AI and other novel attacks by leveraging powerful, self-learning cyber defenses. Faced with rapid change – across both the business and threat landscapes – cyber resiliency is key.
This webinar will focus on:
--Historical attacks against the financial sector and what can be learned from them
--Case studies of businesses that have implemented Cyber AI
--What cyber resiliency is and how to achieve it
--Threat stories of advanced attacks detected across dynamic workforces and complex digital environments
Mariana Pereira and Dan Fein, Directors of Email Security at Darktrace
As organizations around the world have shifted to remote working, security teams are struggling with an unprecedented amount of novel threats originating in the inbox. From stealthy impersonation attempts to domain spoofing attacks targeting concerned teleworkers, traditional security controls are proving ill-equipped to keep pace with the rapidly evolving threat landscape.
Self-learning AI that understands the dynamic human behind the email is the only way to defend against every email-borne threat – before it can do damage.
Join Mariana Pereira and Dan Fein, Directors of Email Security at Darktrace, as they examine how AI-powered email security tools are protecting our inboxes in the age of remote work. Capable of distinguishing malicious emails from legitimate business communication, Cyber AI is proven to stop sophisticated attacks, like new ‘fearware’ campaigns, from ever reaching the employee’s inbox.
In this 30-minute webinar, discover:
--Why traditional gateway providers and native email controls fail to catch the full range of email threats
--A new approach for stopping advanced email attackers in their tracks
--AI-powered email security in action: defending the inbox from a novel ‘fearware’ attack
Eloy Ávila- CTO de las Américas & Laura Jiménez- Gerente Regional de LATAM
En esta nueva era de innovación tecnológica, Latinoamérica se ha convertido en una nueva frontera para los Ciberataques
Únase a este seminario virtual con el CTO de las Américas de Darktrace, Eloy Ávila y gerente regional de LATAM para Darktrace, Laura Jiménez, el 23 de abril de 2020 para discutir algunas de las ideas y casos más importantes sobre cómo la inteligencia artificial continuará dando forma al futuro de la ciberseguridad:
Esta sesión incluirá una sesión en vivo de Q&A, y explorará:
- Historias de amenazas del mundo real en México y América Latina
- Una nueva era de ciberamenazas y el uso de Cyber AI
- Cómo puede defenderse de la inteligencia artificial ofensiva usando Respuesta Autónoma
Marcus Fowler, Darktrace’s Director of Strategic Threat
More than ever before, nations are vulnerable to cyber-attacks from hacking groups across the world. Join Marcus Fowler, Darktrace’s Director of Strategic Threat, as he outlines the cyber-risks that now face not only governments and critical national infrastructure, but also the private sector. The security of key operational technology is now crucial, as energy grids, transportation networks, economic institutions, and hospitals become targets.
There will also be special focus on how, for state-sponsored hackers, the interruption of government services is not a by-product of a money-making mission, but most often it’s their key objective. Marcus will also explain how emerging technologies will be key in defending against the next generation of cyber-attacks.
Marcus Fowler spent 15 years at the CIA developing global cyber operations and technical strategies and has led cyber efforts with various US Intelligence Community elements and global partners.
Eleanor Weaver, Darktrace's Director of Industrial
Join Eleanor Weaver, Darktrace’s Director of Industrial, as she uncovers the evolving challenges of securing industrial control systems, including the advent of digitized OT, exponential connections to Industrial IoT, and expanding internet-connected supply chains.
Eleanor will also explore how cyber defense has reoriented towards preparing for the next phase of offensive, AI-driven cyber warfare. Cyber AI is now the only viable solution in safeguarding critical infrastructure, relied on by thousands of organizations.
In this webinar, discover:
-How industrial security challenges are evolving
-Threat discovery: ransomware thwarted at an oil refinery
-Threat discovery: external reconnaissance attempts thwarted at oil and gas production company
Don’t miss this 20-minute webinar on Thursday April 9th, 12pm EDT.
Among rapidly evolving technological advancements, the emergence of AI-enhanced malware is making cyber-attacks exponentially more dangerous and harder to identify. In the near future, we will begin to see supercharged, AI-powered cyber-attacks leveraged at scale. To protect against Offensive AI attacks, organizations are turning to defensive cyber AI, which can identify and neutralize emerging malicious activity, no matter when, or where, it strikes.
In this session, learn about:
·Paradigm shifts in the cyber landscape
·Advancements in offensive AI attack techniques
·The Immune System Approach to cyber security and defensive, Autonomous Response capabilities
·Real-world examples of emerging threats that were stopped with Cyber AI
Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics, Darktrace
Offensive AI will expose our expanding digital infrastructures to new and more insidious attacks. Malicious applications of AI allow threat actors to execute faster, stealthier, and more targeted cyber-attacks than we’ve ever seen before – attacks that human teams simply are not able to face on their own.
Join Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics, Justin Fier, as he examines a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Darktrace, published 2/2020, on how businesses can prepare for offensive AI.
In this 20-minute webinar, explore:
-Why 86% of cyber security decision-makers are concerned about offensive AI
-How malicious applications of AI will overwhelm traditional security models
-The power of AI augmentation and Autonomous Response as a defensive tactic
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