By Bret Piatt
Sep 15, 2017
I’m excited to have the opportunity to speak on an important and exciting topic (see below) on Wednesday as part of a great lineup and conference coming to San Antonio (aka. Cyber City USA, as coined by San Antonio Magazine in 2013) after 18 years of running one location per year in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. If you’re just hearing about the event in the blog post, you can view the full schedule and if you’d like to attend through an offer from the conference and Cyber Talk Radio you will receive a 30% discount.
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I’m excited to continue sharing my perspective on the impact artificial intelligence (AI) will have on cybersecurity. Hackers are already experimenting with it, gathering data, and getting ready to really build systems that will redefine the threat landscape. Last month I published my first article on a new blog for CSO Online titled, “Next generation firewalls to become last generation firewalls” discussing how AI is going to impact one specific device used as our primary edge security technology today. In the conference session with an hour of time I’ll be able to cover the topic much more broadly and interact with the audience going further into individual areas of interest. I plan to hang around afterwards if the conversation continues into the hallway.
The River Walk is amazing and you could stay busy for a week or more without leaving its banks. While in town I’d like to encourage you to also checkout Southtown starting at The Friendly Spot, which is a great gateway to a walkable and special cluster of historic districts, including King William and Lavaca.
If you are attending my session or just want to learn more about artificial intelligence/machine learning and cybersecurity check out the recap or listen to episode 1 of Cyber Talk Radio. I look forward to seeing many of you reading this in the room with me next Wednesday.