Evolution of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning in Cyber Security
June 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Join us June 4th from 12pm-1250pm for our workshop on Evolution of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning in Cyber Security.
Machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks are all huge buzzwords dominating any conversation about artificial intelligence, causing confusion in the AI domain. For this reason, there is a growing need to understand the key differentiators between deep learning and machine learning.
Deep learning, a form of artificial intelligence, is inspired by the brain’s ability to learn. Once a human brain learns to identify an object, it’s identification becomes second nature. For example as a child we quickly learn the difference between a cat and a dog. Similarly, Deep learning brings a completely new approach to cybersecurity where the cyber intelligence artificial brain can learn to identify any type of cyber threat, then detect and prevent zero-day and APT attacks in real-time with unmatched accuracy.
Bien is a Solutions Engineer at Deep Instinct. At Deep Instinct Bien consults his clients on defensive cyber security solutions that harnesses the power of deep learning analytics with real time prevention of cyber threats. He and his team are working to solve the problem of polymorphic viruses and prevention at the pre-execution stage before it impacts the attack vector. Bien believes that deep learning will not only enable us to prevent cybercrime but will also help us understand human intelligence and mechanisms of human learning. His philosophy is to use a simple approach to solve complex problems.
Prior to Deep Instinct, Bien was a Threat Prevention Expert at Check Point. His focus was to secure critical assets that are prone to being hacked. Typically these were laptops and mobile devices located beyond the corporate perimeters. Cyber attack surfaces are widening with the increase adoption of IoT, Cloud, remote users, and mobile. Applying emerging technology methodologies to real world use cases is a challenge all organizations face.
Bien has been involved in Government C4ISR projects that impact today’s National Security. C4ISR, or Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, brings together processing and exploitation capabilities that enable the analysis of intelligent data.
Bien’s past speaking topics include: Mobile Threat Defense, Endpoint and IoT Ransomware Prevention, Security Beyond the Perimeter, Cloud SaaS Applications Security, and Prevention of 5th Generation Cyber Attacks.
In an effort to keep our members, the Greater Washington DC region, and the world informed and connected we are holding a series of FREE Cyber workshops for who is interested! We want to give you an outlet as we all adjust to the new norms we are faced with as a result of the escalating health concerns related to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, we hope you can join us. We have a great lineup of presenters who will cover a variety of interesting topics for which one (1) CPE can be earned for each webinar attended. You will need to self-certify, however, as GWDC will not be sending you a CPE certificate.
Kenneth joined ISACA in 2013 and presently serves as the GWDC Communications Director. Kenneth is a Principal Architect for Unisys Federal. He holds the CISM, CISA, PMP, CIPP/G, and AWS CCP.