Alberta: Ransomware in Focus: How AI Surgically Contains the Threat
October 27, 2021 (4:30 PM - 5:30 PM) (MDT)
In the immediate aftermath of a ransomware attack, executives too often face a difficult dilemma: either pay a ransom, or shut down critical systems and services. In today’s increasingly complex digital ecosystems, the collateral damage that ensues from ransomware attacks can be broad-ranging and destructive, with organizations taking days, weeks, or even months to recover. But what if there was another way out – a way to surgically contain ransomware in its earliest stages, without disrupting normal business operations?
Join David Masson, Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Security to learn how Self-Learning AI is helping thousands of organizations fight back against ransomware. We’ll discuss:
- The impact of ‘double-extortion’ ransomware and ‘ransomware-as-a-service’
- Real-world examples of ransomware detected by Self-Learning AI
- How Self-Learning AI responds proportionately to ransomware, thanks to its deep understanding of an organization’s pattern of life
Director of Enterprise Security
David Masson is Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Security, and has over two decades of experience working in fast moving security and intelligence environments in the UK, Canada and worldwide. With skills developed in the civilian, military and diplomatic worlds, he has been influential in the efficient and effective resolution of various unique national security issues. David is an operational solutions expert and has a solid reputation across the UK and Canada for delivery tailored to customer needs. At Darktrace, David advises strategic customers across North America and is also a regular contributor to major international and national media outlets in Canada where he is based. He holds a master’s degree from Edinburgh University.
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