Detect Malicious Behaviour – A lunch with Cyberseer

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EVENT – Identify and disrupt threats early in order to protect your company’s critical assets from infiltration

Attend the cyber security lunch ‘Detect Malicious Behaviour’ at a new Michelin-star hotel in London Belgravia and understand how the Enterprise Immune System can help detect fresh threats that you have not seen.

Date:   Thursday 1st October 2015

Time: midday – 3pm

Venue: The Halkin by COMO, Halkin Street, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7DJ

Nearest Tube: Hyde Park


The growing attack surface combined with sophisticated social engineering allows for multiple avenues for compromise. We will discuss the detection of APT’s and insider attacks with a new branch of Bayesian probability theory. Furthermore understanding how the practicalities of deployment to monitor anomalous behaviour between your critical assets and potentially compromised devices is achieved.

The Cyberseer lunch is suited to C-level executives, including CIO’s, CISO’s, Heads of Information Security, Security Architects and Cyber Security Managers interested in how an organisation can detect the ‘unknown unknown’ threats that are in your organisation today.

Dave Palmer Darktrace Founder

Darktrace Founder, Dave Palmer will discuss the future of next generation machine learning and mathematical models powering their enterprise immune system to detect emerging cyber threats targeting organisations.

The IT security team from leading online gaming business will share their experience of detecting persistent threats and malicious insiders using the Darktrace technology.


Lunch Schedule:

12:00 Registration and Welcome Drinks
12:20 Sit Down & Welcome
12:30 Darktrace Session
13:05 First course served & Q’s
13:30 Customer Session
13:50 Main course served & Q’s
14:10 Desserts & Networking

Places are limited. Please do not turn up without your place being confirmed by Cyberseer.


Send your enquiries to Elizabeth Gladen on: +44 (0)203 823 9030 or via e-mail to: [email protected]

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