Predictive Threat Prevention –
Is It a Reality?
Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM PST / 2:00 PM EST
Register for this webinar with Scott Scheferman, Director of Consulting for Cylance®.
The word ‘prevention’ is used alongside words like ‘detect and respond’ to compare the capabilities of a solution that stops a threat before it has impact, versus one that detects a threat post-impact, then mitigates the damage. But not all ‘prevention’ is equal. The goal of prevention is to move as far ‘left of bang’ as possible to stop a threat in its tracks, preferably pre-execution before it can cause damage. What is needed is ‘predictive’ prevention — a technology that can stop unknown threats without signatures, heuristics, behavior, reputation, cloud look-ups, malware analysis, human interaction, or any temporal delay whatsoever.
This webinar will focus on the importance of prevention in 2017. Attendees will learn:
- Why the biggest benefit artificial intelligence provides to humanity is prediction
- Real-world examples of how AI was months or even years ahead of some of the worst advanced persistent threat (APT) campaigns
- How AI would have prevented APTs without any ‘patient zeros’ in the wild, and without reliance on research, malware analysis, threat intelligence or human expertise
- Why Cylance leverages the same AI technology when conducting compromise assessments and during incident containment engagements
Presented by: Scott Scheferman, Director of Consulting, Cylance