Human-Machine Intelligence in Cybersecurity

The recent wave of sophisticated cyberattacks targeting both public and private sectors has led to nationwide efforts to address the gaps. Aggravating this challenge is the acute shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals in the industry. While AI is great at automating simple repetitive tasks, much of cybersecurity is dynamic and prone to adversarial attacks, which are slipping through the cracks. This talk addresses how Human-Machine Intelligence will redefine the way we defend against cybersecurity attacks. This new field in cybersecurity can tip the odds that are stacked against organizations, while simultaneously elevating human potential to address these attacks.

November 5, 2018

Date: Nov 11, 2021

The recent wave of sophisticated cyberattacks targeting both public and private sectors has led to nationwide efforts to address the gaps. Aggravating this challenge is the acute shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals in the industry. While AI is great at automating simple repetitive tasks, much of cybersecurity is dynamic and prone to adversarial attacks, which are slipping through the cracks.

This talk addresses how Human-Machine Intelligence will redefine the way we defend against cybersecurity attacks. This new field in cybersecurity can tip the odds that are stacked against organizations, while simultaneously elevating human potential to address these attacks.

Key topics include: Where ML leaves off and Human-Machine Intelligence picks up in the incident response process Understanding the new layer of intelligence in cybersecurity, between existing technology, humans, and processes The role Human-Machine Intelligence plays within visibility and analytics, as well as automation and orchestration in the Security Operations Center The outcomes of humans and technology working together

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