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Countering the Rise in Cloud and SaaS Security Threats with Cyber AI
Organizations continue to adopt cloud and SaaS services as executives embrace the ability to reduce operating expenses while supporting digital transformation and efficiency gains across the business. This helps explain why 83% of enterprise workloads are expected to run in the cloud by 2020.

Still, as cyber threats continue to escalate and become more nefarious, attackers are preying on the weaknesses of cloud security systems which continue to be a blind spot for enterprise organizations. Case in point: Darktrace has discovered 28% more threats within Cloud and SaaS environments in 2018 than in 2017.

As attacks on cloud and SaaS systems become more prevalent, securing cloud-based environments will require fresh thinking beyond traditional cyber defenses. This includes the need for cyber AI defenses that can move at the speed of digital business and spot subtle deviations indicative of a threat – whether they originate from compromised credentials, insider threat, or critical misconfigurations that can expose the business to future compromise.

In this webinar from Darktrace and HMG Strategy, you’ll discover:
1. The threat vectors in cloud and SaaS environments and the impact they can have on customer and other sensitive data.
2. How the use of an AI cyber platform can apply self-learning technology that analyzes cloud and SaaS data ‘on the job’ to detect and respond to novel external attacks and insider threats
3. Examples of leading companies that have benefitted from the deployment of an AI cyber platform and the operational and business benefits they’ve realized.

Jun 11, 2019 2:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Eloy Avila
CTO of the Americas @Darktrace
Eloy Avila has over fourteen years’ experience in enterprise software. Prior to Darktrace, Eloy led global engineering teams at a number of listed technology companies, and has helped design and build ultra-efficient electric vehicles in the US and Australia. As Darktrace’s Chief Technology Officer for the Americas, Eloy works closely with the company’s R&D team to develop its leading cyber AI, and oversees the technology’s strategic direction for the US, Latin America and Canada. Eloy holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, California.
Tom Hoffman
Senior Research Director @HMG Strategy
Tom Hoffman is Senior Research Director at HMG Strategy. In his role, Tom oversees the development of HMG Strategy’s research content as well as the editorial services the company provides to its business partners. Prior to joining HMG in September 2016, Tom was Executive Business Editor at 1to1 Media, the publishing arm of Peppers & Rogers Group, where he oversaw the company’s custom content operations. Tom has more than 25 years experience writing about C-level leadership issues for publications such as CIO.com, CFO.com, Computerworld, and InformationWeek. Tom has received numerous editorial awards from the Association of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) and other media associations.