Using AI/Machine Learning in Cybersecurity

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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Cybersecurity in a Changed World: 2021 Trends and 2022 Predictions

If 2020 seemed like an anomaly, 2021 proved to us that it’s time to get comfortable with the transformed reality. Remote work, intended as a temporary response to COVID-19, is now an increasingly standardized way to operate. With face-to-face operations no longer the norm, numerous organizations have shifted to a technology-driven strategy. We’ve seen a rise in initiatives like self-service or online purchases, as well as an upturn in remote events, with many new or established conferences choosing to go virtual. Businesses are also investing in technology more than ever, growing their IT infrastructure with new software and IoT devices. However, as can be expected, new or enhanced cybersecurity threats went hand and hand with this unexpected digital renaissance.
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How to Outmatch Data Security Challenges with Cost-Effective, Practical Strategies

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Today’s threat landscape requires businesses of all sizes to gain visibility and control over sensitive data in order to comply with a tangled web of security and privacy requirements. Addressing insider threats and defending intellectual property, customer data and other confidential information across hybrid and multi-cloud environments can overwhelm even the savviest of security and IT teams, especially when resources are scarce. However, data security defenses don’t have to be costly or overly complex to carry out.
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Addressing Cybersecurity Challenges In Open Source Software: Expert Panel Livestream June 28, 2022

Open source software (OSS) has had a tremendous impact on the development and distribution of the software we depend on today. Through its collaborative and open way of both developing and sharing software components, OSS has served as a key engine for innovation and encouraged the widespread reuse and sharing of core software components. Organizations of all sizes are heavily reliant on software, and much of that software supply chain consists of open source software components. Because of this, open source software has cybersecurity implications.
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DevOps with Simulation

Are you considering using simulation to develop and test your software or applications? Make continuous integration and DevOps possible for embedded development. Find out how to: Provide a 24/7 automated test lab for your entire team Increase test automation by 12,000% Achieve 30% faster testing
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