Using AI/Machine Learning in Cybersecurity

Trend Micro

AI and machine learning have proven to be valuable technologies when it comes to detecting threats at time zero and across various vectors.  But there is a time and place for its usage. Join me during my monthly threat webinar and live Q&A session to learn: How you can help improve your ability to detect zero-hour threats by implementing AI/machine learning techniques. Areas in which Trend Micro has been using these AI/machine learning techniques. Why the best threat detection comes from a cross-generational blend of technologies.
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Spotlight

A major U.S.-based hotel chain is facing millions of dollars in fines related to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If your company processes or stores any information related to European citizens or customers who were in Europe when they accessed your website, you may be susceptible to fines even though your company is based in the United States. If your company has no European interests, there are other data-related regulations that you might have to comply with such as HIPAA, PCI DSS, and FISMA.

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Trends in Privacy and Data Security

Privacy and data security remains a central issue, capturing the attention of consumers, regulators, and boards of directors. In this complimentary webinar, Mel Gates, Senior Legal Editor of Privacy and Data Security at Thomson Reuters, will cover: Data privacy compliance issues, with a special focus on the GDPR, Brexit, and the
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Ponemon Survey Report: Measuring & Managing the Cyber Risks to Business Operations

Tenable

How does your experience compare with the findings from this Ponemon survey of 2410 infosec professionals? All information security professionals responsible for improving overall cybersecurity effectiveness are encouraged to attend this session.
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Don’t Diverge, Converge - Build a Zero Trust Strategy with FortiGate NGFW

Hybrid networks enable organizations to implement critical new business applications and services, but they also increase the attack surface.
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Mobile Security App-titude: Best Practices for Secure App Design and Data Privacy

Malicious attacks on mobile applications are on the rise, presenting significant security and privacy risk to consumer data. Each data storage touchpoint is an additional attack surface. With CCPA data privacy regulations kicking in this year, companies need to be more aware of what data they keep and where it’s stored. Maintaining a zero-trust mentality and incorporating security by design is essential for keeping your mobile environment secure.
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Spotlight

A major U.S.-based hotel chain is facing millions of dollars in fines related to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). If your company processes or stores any information related to European citizens or customers who were in Europe when they accessed your website, you may be susceptible to fines even though your company is based in the United States. If your company has no European interests, there are other data-related regulations that you might have to comply with such as HIPAA, PCI DSS, and FISMA.

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