You are invited to a special VINE seminar with Darktrace on the topic of cyber artificial intelligence (AI) – and how to trust AI to fight back in real time.
The education sector is full of intellectual property, with many educational institutions embracing digital applications to better facilitate learning and enabling students to use personal devices on the network to enrich their educational experience. This simultaneously creates more network vulnerabilities and opportunities for cyber-attacks, adding pressure on lean infrastructure teams responsible for protecting users and sensitive data. How can the security teams defend their institution, regardless of network size or complexity?
Darktrace is today the most widely-deployed application of AI in the enterprise. From our experience across 7,000 deployments worldwide, Darktrace will present on:
- The current cyber-threats specific to the education sector
- How AI’s autonomous response decision-making works (and how to trust it)
- Darktrace’s predictions for the evolution of automated threats
- A live demo of the Threat Visualiser, using Carey Baptist Grammar School’s network environment
The speaker at this event will be Steven Archibald, Information, Communication and Technology Manager at Carey Baptist Grammar School. Steven will speak about his experience with Darktrace, during the Proof of Value (POV) and how Darktrace’s machine learning and AI technology is helping Carey to defend against cyber-attacks and provide total network visibility.
Where: Carey Baptist Grammar School, 349 Barkers Road, Kew VIC 3101.
Lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the seminar.
Please note that registration for this seminar is required. Attendees will need to provide their mobile phone number and WWC and/or VIT numbers. This is a requirement of schools and VINE in regards to best practice for child safety.