Featured Speaker: Melvin Brown II, Deputy Chief Information Officer at the U.S. Department of Personnel Management
The evolution of cloud computing and artificial intelligence are growing in parallel, and the complexity of the cloud is driving the need for AI. In addition, the complexity of AI is also creating the need for it to work better in the cloud environment with efficiency, transparency and control.
Organizations are taking a more data-driven approach, where artificial intelligence can be used to detect and proactively provide alerts on weaknesses and vulnerabilities both that are being exploited right now, or that might be exploited in the future. This is being done by analyzing data coming in and out of protected endpoints, both detecting threats based on known behavior, and spotting yet known threats based on predictive analytics. In this session we will be examining a use case for AI in action to prevent potential unauthorized access and the benefits of AI for cloud security services that include:
- Identification of threats that would otherwise go undetected.
- Automatization of the process of responding to threats.
- Improvement of the efficiency of security operations.
- Ability to reduce the cost of security operations.
Join this interactive presentation and be sure to stick around for Q&A with Melvin!
- 11:30-12:30pm: Featured Presentation
- 12:30-1:00pm: Your Q&A and interaction
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