Cyberseer’s Dinner Club on “Not If But When – How AI will liberate security of the future” is for senior cybersecurity professionals, who are interested in:
- How advanced threat detection using machine learning technologies can help corporations detect unknown unknowns.
- Leveraging Cylance Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and AI algorithms to detect & respond to cyber threats.
- How to visualise emerging threats and get 100% visibility of the network.
- Steps to building a more effective threat prevention program.
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.
John McClurg serves as Vice President and Ambassador-At-Large of Cylance, where he is responsible for building Security and Trust programs & operational excellence efforts. Engages the industry around the globe on the risk challenges today and how Cylance uniquely mitigates them with the application of machine learning with CylancePROTECT®. Champions a move from a historically reactive security posture to one focused on proactively predicting and mitigating future risks.
He comes to Cylance from Dell where he served as its CSO, advancing responsibilities that included the strategic focus and tactical operations of Dell’s internal global security services, both physical and cyber. He was also charged with the advocacy of business resilience and security prowess generally, the seamless integration of Dell’s various security offerings, and with improving the effectiveness and efficiency of security initiatives, including Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery.
Before joining Dell, McClurg served as the Vice President of Global Security at Honeywell International; Lucent Technologies/Bell Laboratories; and in the U.S. Intelligence Community, as a twice-decorated member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), where he held an assignment with the US Department of Energy (DOE) as a Branch Chief charged with establishing a Cyber-Counterintelligence program within the DOE’s newly created Office of Counterintelligence. Prior to that, McClurg served as a Supervisory Special Agent within the FBI, assisting in the establishment of the FBI’s new Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Center or what was later known as the National Infrastructure Protection Center within the Department of Homeland Security. McClurg also served, for a time, on assignment as a Deputy Branch Chief with the Central Intelligence Agency, helping to establish the new Counterespionage Group and was responsible for the management of complex counterespionage investigations. He also served as a Special Agent for the FBI in the Los Angeles Field Office where he implemented plans to protect critical US technologies targeted for unlawful acquisition by foreign powers and served on one of the nation’s first Joint Terrorism Task Forces.
McClurg was recently voted one of America’s 25 most influential security professionals; holds a J.D. Degree from Brigham Young University; is a member of the Utah Bar Association; Co-chaired the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) of the U.S. Department of State; sits on the FBI’s Domestic Security (DSAC) & National Security Business Alliance Councils (NSBAC); and served as the founding Chairman of the International Security Foundation. He also holds an MA in Organizational Behavior, BS and BA degrees in University Studies and Philosophy from Brigham Young, and advanced doctoral studies in Philosophical Hermeneutics at UNC-Chapel Hill and UCLA.