Friday, July 28, 2017

AI and the Future of Cybersecurity: Analyzing & Identifying Cybercrime (Webinar)

On August 17th I'll be co-presenting a webinar with Darktrace on "AI and the Future of Cybersecurity: Analyzing & Identifying Cybercrime".

In today’s world, it is critical to be proactive. Ransomware, malware, insider threat, and IoT are evolving rapidly, which means that prevention tactics must keep up and evolve at an equally rapid pace. Zero day attacks can be detected and prevented when businesses incorporate AI and Machine Learning into their cyber defense strategy.

If you want to learn more, please register for the webinar (seats are limited): http://www.ccsinet.com/ai-future-cybersecurity/

Monday, July 3, 2017

Targeted iPhone Phishing Scams (Trident Zero Day)

Here's the video of an interview I did for News12 regarding iPhone users being targeted for phishing scams related to the Trident zero day. Time to update!

http://longisland.news12.com/story/35241250/cybersecurity-expert-warns-of-scam-targeting-iphone-users

The Rise of Artifical Intelligence in Cyber Security

The rise of behavioral analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, or whatever the latest nomenclature is currently being promoted by vendors, has taken the security community by storm and showing no signs of stopping. It's almost impossible not to see these phrases mentioned on new preventative solutions going to market and rightfully so. With an industry accustomed to relying on static signatures, known bad hashes and singular alerting, this technology is a welcome relief for defenders and we've seen the market capitalize on our desire for it. Here's an article I wrote for SC Magazine regarding how AI become the darling of an industry: https://www.scmagazine.com/how-artificial-intelligence-became-the-darling-of-an-industry/article/666778/