Malware and Artificial Intelligence: What the Future Holds

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The cybersecurity arms race is about to get more challenging as threat actors begin utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) to craft malware that’s been expressly designed to evade next-generation cyber defenses.

Join BlackBerry Cylance on October 3rd when Security Engineer Josh Fu and Staff Data Scientist Michael Slawinski review the current state of AI, assess AI’s future, and consider the central role cyber resilience will play in the arms race between attackers and defenders.

Attend the “Stopping Adversarial AI with Cyber Resilient Defenses” webinar to learn:

  • The methods adversaries are using to trick AI models into classifying malicious files as benign
  • How BlackBerry Cylance data scientists are responding by building resilient models that thwart adversarial AI
  • Why solving identity and authentication challenges represents the next frontier for AI technology

A PhD in math won’t be required for attendees to appreciate the significance of the data science that will be shared during this important webinar on October 3, 2019.

Read the ThreatVector blog and listen to the InSecurity Podcast on Adversarial Machine Learning and How AI is Enabling Resilience: Details are here.

Also, attend the October 3rd webinar.

Guest blog courtesy of BlackBerry Cylance. Read more BlackBerry Cylance blogs here.