Big data has now replaced malware reversing as the new security intelligence engine. To stay ahead of bad actors, a new generation of security intelligence teams has risen with mathematicians, algorithmic geniuses and big data researchers.
But what does this all mean? And what actually goes into delivering predictive threat protection?
The science behind stopping new malware requires cross-disciplinary skills. Not only do you need professionals who understand the ins and outs of security, but also researchers who can infer trends and engineering minds who know how to develop machine learning technology.
Join OpenDNS Security Researcher, Dhia Mahjoub, in a candid conversation with Senior Product Manager, Dima Kumets on Wednesday, January 22nd, at 10 AM PT, as they discuss how these multiple disciplines collaborate to deliver a solution that predicts malicious events online.