Is Cognitive Computing the Next Step to Help Fight Cybercrime?

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When organizations see over 200,000 security events every day and cannot find enough skilled analysts to stay ahead of the cyber-criminals, where should they turn?

In this webinar we will look at cognitive security – the concept of using data mining, machine learning, natural language processing and human-computer interaction to mimic the way the human brain functions and learns – in order to help fight cybercrime.

Key takeaways 

  • What is cognitive security and how can it help your business? 
  • Can a machine replace the cyber analyst? 
  • How does a cognitive SOC work?
  • What does 2018 hold for the concept of cognitive security?


James Bone

Lecturer in Discipline-ERM, Columbia University's School of Professional Studies

Cleotilde Gonzalez

Research Professor / Founding Director, Dynamic Decision Making Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University

    Simon Smith

    Technical Specialist, IBM Security

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