Event Date: September 24, 2019
Hosted By: Cylance & Carahsoft
Security incidents continue to escalate throughout the education sector. Universities, colleges, and K-12 schools hold a wealth of information that hackers would love to get their hands on. Unfortunately, many of these institutions lack the cyber security resources to combat these threats - making them easier targets.
With technology becoming a cornerstone of how many schools operate, the risk of getting hacked multiplies. Are you prepared against cyber threats targeting your staff and students' sensitive information? Are you in compliance with constantly changing data privacy laws?
In this webinar, attendees learned what to do when ransomware and other threats slip past your defenses and how the Cylance AI Platform can prevent them by:
Using the power of Artificial Intelligence, Algorithmic Science, and Machine Learning to predict known and unknown attacks
Combining AI-driven threat detection with automated response capabilities to help analysts at all skill levels thwart sophisticated attacks before they execute
Minimizing your institution's risk by protecting it from the costs of non-compliance
The virtual borders of a corporate network are no longer defined by the corporate
firewall. With the proliferation of work and personal devices at home, the distinction
between the corporate network and employees’ home networks has become blurred.
CISOs and their security teams have a difficult...
CylanceGUARD is a 24x7 managed detection and response offering that provides actionable intelligence for customers to prevent threats quickly, while minimizing alert fatigue without requiring additional resources.
According to a 2019 SANS Institute survey sponsored
by BlackBerry Cylance, there is now broad consensus
among security professionals that artificial intelligence (AI)
technologies can play an important role in reducing cyber
risks. Exactly what that role is, however, and how it will evolve
For years, organizations have been stuck in an endless chase
cycle: an attacker compromises the system, and then, analysts
scramble to stem the attack and work to return to a trusted
state. Why? Legacy security solutions that rely on signatures can only
prevent malware that’s already been seen...