ISSUE 55 (September 2017)
AI for cybersecurity
ISSUE 55
Issue 55 Contributors
Anton Goncharov
CTO at Gemini Data
Kevin Magee
Global Security Strategist at Gigamon
Aaron McKeown
Head of Security Engineering and Architecture at Xero
Kumar Saurabh
CEO at LogicHub
Mike Shultz
CEO at Cybernance
Rush Taggart

CSO at CardConnect

AI for cybersecurity

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Table of contents

  • Building a successful information security monitoring program in an age of overwhelming data
  • AI for cybersecurity: Promises and limitations
  • Report: Black Hat USA 2017
  • Designing security policies to fit your organization’s needs
  • KPN CISO paints a greater security picture
  • Has healthcare misdiagnosed the cybersecurity problem?
  • Review: Acunetix 11
  • Why end-to-end encryption is about more than just privacy
  • Journey to the cloud: Automated, continuous, visible
  • How to catch a phish

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