Interop Las Vegas 2016

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  • The Threat Landscape is Evolving - Are You? Presented by Cylance

    Gabe Deale  |  VP of Sales Engineering, Cylance
    Location:  Mandalay Bay K
    Session Type: Vendor Tech Session
    Pass type: 2-Day Pass, 3-Day Pass, 5-Day Pass, Expo Pass, Expo Plus Pass - Get your pass now!
    Vault Recording: TBD

    Throughout history we've seen opposing forces skillfully pit strengths against weaknesses until, ultimately, one side succumbs. Holding a position takes considerably more effort than does a single, offensive surge, and attackers are counting on it. The very nature of the cybersecurity attacks we face today are in direct response to the shortcomings of the available tools, knowledge and approaches. The only problem is that we must evolve our defenses as fast as (or faster) than their offenses, and the odds are greatly in their favor. Imagine a football game - with no time limits - determined by your opponent's first undefended scoring play. Game over. Hmmm...I wonder how that one ends?

    Facing next-generation challenges requires a next-generation approach - preferably one that requires no change to your current production environment, never tires, continually evolves, doesn't rely on humans and is 99%+ accurate regardless of Internet connectivity. We'll discuss a solution that shifts the balance in your favor by leveraging artificial intelligence to predict and prevent against malware.