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Cyber Security Breakfast Roundtable With Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security And Trust Officer Cylance

Cyber Security Breakfast Roundtable with Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Trust Officer Cylance

At this Cyber Security Breakfast Roundtable Listen to Malcolm Harkins, former CISO of Intel and Chief Security & Trust Officer of Cylance discussing “Can AI and Machine Learning Protect Your Endpoints?”

Date:               Wednesday 18th October 2017

Time:              8:30am – 10:00am

Venue:            Hawksmoor Guildhall, 10 Basinghall Street, London, EC2V 5BQ

Nearest Tubes: Bank or Moorgate

The current threat landscape is in a state of evolution that poses a significant risk to organisations’ assets, reputations, and identities. Information security professionals must first gain an accurate picture of their threat landscape, then develop a security strategy that makes effective use of limited resources.

Al and ML led solutions eliminate threats before they execute on endpoints. But what exactly are AI and ML? Why does it matter in cybersecurity?


Register to attend the October Breakfast Club and join Cyberseer and Malcolm Harkins, Cylance’s Chief Security and Trust Officer, and author of “Managing Risk and Information Security: Protect to Enable” for an exclusive breakfast during which we will answer these questions and show you how this revolutionary technology can protect your endpoints.

In this roundtable, Malcolm Harkins, the Chief Security & Trust Officer of Cylance Inc. will discuss:

  • The changing threat landscape, including advanced persistent threats.
  • Structured methods for identifying threat and vulnerability trends.
  • Key facts about artificial intelligence and machine learning.
  • Demystifying machine learning: turning the buzzword into benefits for endpoint security.
  • “Can AI and machine learning be used at the endpoint?” – The next generation of AI and machine learning vendors differ from traditional anti-virus (AV) vendors. Why do these legacy systems fall short in malware detection and prevention?
  • Steps to building a more effective threat prevention program within complex environments, including Internet of Things.

8:30 am Introductions
8:45 am Breakfast
9:00 am Roundtable discussion
9.45 am Q&A
10.30 am Close


Places are limited – please register to avoid disappointment. All places will be confirmed by the Cyberseer team before arrival.

This briefing is suited to C-level executives, including CIO’s, CISO’s, Heads of Information Security, Security Operation Managers, Security Architects and Cyber Security Managers interested in reviewing AI and machine learning for enterprise security endpoint detection and response.

The roundtable is based on establishing a level of trust and confidentiality under the Chatham House Rules.

Cyberseer is skilled in advanced threat detection and provides managed detection and response services to FTSE 100 companies. Our Analysts, in conjunction with machine learning tool sets, discover and investigate malicious internal and external cyber-attacks.

Cylance is revolutionising cyber security with AI-based solutions that predict and prevent the execution of advanced threats and malware at the endpoint. Cylance is the best next-generation antivirus out there that leverages machine learning and delivers rapid resolution and incident response where traditional anti-virus vendors have failed.

Microsoft calls Cylance “the only next-generation endpoint technology” and SC Magazine has said, “it’s the best endpoint product available with zero negatives.”

With Cylance, you can:

Gain full endpoint visibility with AI-powered malware prevention.
Detect modern threats that elude your anti-virus.
Take immediate action quarantining or isolating compromised endpoints on your network.

Malcolm Harkins is the author of “Managing Risk and Information Security: Protect to Enable,” and a contributing author to “Introduction to IT Privacy: A Handbook for Technologists.” He is currently the Chief Security and Trust Officer at Cylance Inc. Previously, Malcolm was Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), then became Vice President and Chief Security and Privacy Officer (CSPO) at Intel Corporation.

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