Turn the tables on your (future) adversary
Current cybersecurity defenses are largely reactive, responding to attacks only after they’ve occurred. As threats become more complicated in scale and severity, a reactive approach is no longer adequate to safeguard an organization against adaptive attackers.
The next phase of security will focus on the prevention of attacks by getting into the head of your adversary to make attacks less likely to succeed.
Hosted by MIT Technology Review in partnership with Darktrace, we take you inside the minds of researchers, development teams, and those on the frontline of cyber defense to discuss the current global threat landscape, the risks organizations really face, and how sophisticated technology can be leveraged to proactively identify weaknesses, augment human skills, and protect your organization.