BlackBerry Cylance to host panel discussions, seminars, and live
product demonstrations at RSA Conference 2019
IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/artificialintelligence?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#artificialintelligencelt;/agt;–BlackBerry Cylance, a business unit of BlackBerry Limited (NYSE:BB)
(TSX:BB), will be sharing its industry-leading security expertise and
technology at this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco, March 4-7,
2019. Company experts will present multiple sessions and host live
product demonstrations of its advanced native AI platform at the world’s
leading information security conference and exposition.
“Alert fatigue and the resources needed for chasing threats continue to
be challenges for businesses using endpoint solutions with AI as an
add-on feature,” said Stuart McClure, Cylance co-founder and president
of BlackBerry Cylance. “BlackBerry Cylance offers an open API
architecture delivered as a single executable that enables organizations
to combine our native AI platform with their existing security
environments for easy integration and streamlined data sharing across a
variety of technology tools. Organizations can increase security
automation across the kill chain for round-the-clock expert-level
protection across all endpoints and networks.”
BlackBerry Cylance will be in the North Hall Booth #6145, where
attendees can chat with security experts or see a demo of the company’s native
AI platform with predictive EDR and 24×7 prevention capabilities.
RSA conference attendees are also encouraged to engage with the
BlackBerry Cylance team at the following events and sessions:
March 4 – 2:15 p.m.: Cylance Co-Founder and President of
BlackBerry Cylance Stuart McClure and BlackBerry Cylance Chief
Evangelist Brian Robison present “Combatting
the Scourge of Fileless Malware” at the Emerging Threats seminar.
This session examines the pernicious nature of fileless attacks and
offers guidance on techniques to combat them, including memory exploit
detection and prevention and leveraging script control.
March 4 – 7 p.m.: BlackBerry Cylance hosts the Ales
and AI Roadshow to explore the complex worlds of beer and AI and
learn how they go hand-in-hand. Guests will hear about the latest
hacking techniques and will have an opportunity to ask Cylance experts
now to join.
March 5 – 11 a.m.: BlackBerry Cylance Chief Security and
Trust Officer Malcolm Harkins presents “Expense
in Depth – Managing Your Total Cost of Controls,” introducing
attendees to a total cost of controls (TCC) model that makes it
possible to measure information security as a business function,
balancing risks against costs to maximize value and efficiency.
Harkins details the 10 most significant cost and risk drivers, their
bottom line effects, and the ways TCC enables information security to
be managed with maximum business efficiency while minimizing risk
March 5 – 5 p.m.: BlackBerry Cylance vice president and deputy
general counsel Greg Silberman moderates the panel discussion “Navigating
Today’s Data Privacy Regulation Labyrinth,” providing a practical,
policy-focused assessment of the most significant regulatory
developments in the U.S. and abroad along with their potential effects
on cyber-threat management, data collection and use, security
technology innovation, and much more. Greg joins by panelists Malcolm
Harkins, Ruby Zefo, and Theresa Payton.
March 5 – 6 p.m.: Cylance co-sponsors the Digital
Shadows Security Leaders Party. The event is held at the City View
@ Metreon, located on the top floor of the Metreon building directly
behind Moscone. Space is limited, register
to hold your spot.
March 6 – 8 a.m.: Stuart McClure and Brian Robison are back
Exposed Live – Bypassing NextGen,” delivering the latest and
greatest hacks in live demonstrations that will illuminate the tools
and techniques of the attacker. Attacks include file-based,
memory-based, fileless, living-off-the-land, script-based,
application-based and many more.
March 6 – 2:50 p.m.: Cylance BlackBerry Senior Director of
Worldwide Consulting Tom Pace and BlackBerry Industry Relations
Director Kevin Livelli will present “Unmasking
Operation Shaheen,” demonstrating how the threat actor used a mix
of publicly available malware payloads with highly sophisticated,
customized, and mission-specific shellcode to evade identification.
Pace and Livelli highlight ways the threat actor managed to bypass
eight different antivirus products before purposefully surrendering in
a deliberate effort to distract, delay, and divert target resources.
You can attend RSA Conference Expo as a guest of BlackBerry Cylance with
a FREE Exhibit pass ($125 value). To collect your free exhibit pass, click
here and enter XSU9CYLNCE in the “Registration
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by providing the technology that allows endpoints to trust one another,
communicate securely, and maintain privacy. Based in Waterloo, Ontario,
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