Identifying and Defending Against Advanced and Automated Attacks

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Today’s attackers come in many forms, from criminal gangs to state-sponsored military operations, and they use an array of attack tactics to break into your network. From APT-style attacks used by organized groups, to offensive AI measures, the capabilities of attacks are becoming more advanced.

In this webinar, we will look at how threat actors will use AI to automate the traditional attack process, how real the threat is, and what sort of tactics businesses can deploy to best defend against AI-powered threats.

Key takeaways:

  • Recent developments in the cyber threat landscape 
  • The difference between an APT-style attack and automated attacks
  • How to prepare for AI-powered attacks
  • How defensive AI can help human security teams regain advantage


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Marcus Fowler

Director of Strategic Threat, Darktrace

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Susan Peediyakkal

Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst

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