Ed Bishop, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, Tessian
Despite the thousands of cybersecurity products available today, data breaches are at an all-time high. That’s because businesses have been focusing exclusively on securing their networks, devices, and cloud applications. But, what about their people?
Employees can accidentally transfer thousands of dollars to a bank account or send 50,000 patient records in a single Excel file in one click of a mouse. In fact, misdirected emails were the leading cause of data breaches in 2019.
Traditional cybersecurity methods simply aren’t equipped to account for the complexities of human relationships because human behavior can’t be codified into “if-this-then-that” logic. Individual relationships change over time which necessitates a solution that can learn and evolve in tandem with the threats it detects without impeding on the productivity of users.
Learn about developing a robust, people-centric approach to cybersecurity, the technologies that detect and prevent threats caused by human error, and more, when you join this event.
- How stateful machine learning can accurately predict behaviors and detect possible human-made threats before they do damage
- How technology can prevent data breaches caused by people making mistakes, breaking rules or being hacked
- How to empower employees to correct damaging mistakes before they make them