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Automation, Machine Learning and AI: Saving Security or Job Stealing Digital Overlords?

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Headlines as we left 2016 and predictions for 2017 suggest that the future of the IT department (including information security) looks to be increasingly reliant upon machines doing the work, courtesy of the adoption and explosion of automation technologies, artificial intelligence and machine learning. How capable can machines ultimately become in securing businesses from an increasing array of threats? What role does this leave for humans?

In this webinar we will look at the rise in popularity of artificial intelligence generally, what it means for businesses and its potential to improve efficiency and security. Which areas of security strategy may have the most to gain and lose in this transformation?

This webinar will:

  • Consider the power of AI in threat intelligence, security operations and incident response
  • Discuss how AI and predictive analytics can lower risk
  • Question whether automation will always require the human factor

Speakers

Michael Ball

CISSP IT Security Consultant

Davi Ottenheimer

President of flyingpenguin

Chris Pace

Technology Advocate, Recorded Future

Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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