“Defenders think in lists. Attackers think in graphs. As long as this is true, attackers win.” – John Lambert, Distinguished Engineer and General Manager, Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center
Ransomware-related data leaks are up by 82 percent, with a 40 percent overall increase in ransomware attacks during the pandemic. Identity theft increased by 42 percent in 2020 compared to 2019. In 2021, the healthcare industry spent $6 trillion due to security breaches where 700 million records were exposed from one social media giant within three months.
Is your organization’s cybersecurity measures up to snuff when it comes to data protection?
Organizations have the responsibility to serve and protect an individual’s data. To ensure your data is truly secure, you need a solution that connects disparate data points from equally disparate sources to simultaneously identify vulnerabilities, analyze network health, and visualize its unpredictable patterns. Neo4j – the foundational stack for data analytics and AI and the world’s most secure, performant, and scalable graph database – is an excellent match for connecting this data.
Cybersecurity: Combating Modern Threats with Graph Databases is an inspiring half-day virtual event featuring graph database thought leaders and leading organizations sharing their insight and deep practical experiences with graph technology and the role it plays in cybersecurity. Whether you’re a developer, security professional, or tech leader looking to create value from your data relationships, this event has something for everyone.
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Vice President, Product, Partner & Customer Marketing
Palo Alto Networks
Enterprise Account Executive
Senior Manager, Cyber Emerging Technologies
Director & AI Architect, Joint Security Operations Center
Royal Bank of Canada
Senior Pre-Sales Engineer
Subject to Change
Dave Packer, Vice President of Product, Customer, and Partner Marketing, Neo4j
Kickoff: The Data Platform for Today’s Intelligent Applications
Dr. Jim Webber, Chief Scientist, Neo4j
Keynote: Cyber Threats and Resiliency Landscape
Hays Hutton, Cloud Architect, Palo Alto Networks
Digital Twinning the Cloud for DevSecOps
Xander Smart, Enterprise Account Manager, Neo4j
The Role of Graphs in Cybersecurity
Leon Goldberg, Chief Architect, Cider Security
The CI/CD Graph – An Attacker’s Perspective
Ashkan Rahimian, Senior Manager, Cyber Emerging Technologies, Deloitte
Egor Burnashev, Cybersecurity SME, Risk Advisory, Deloitte
Graph-based Threat Modeling, Security Analytics, and Threat Hunting
Nariman Mammadli, Director & AI Architect, Royal Bank of Canada
From Cyber Events to Cyber Stories
Gal Bello, Sr. Pre-Sales Engineer, Neo4j
Modeling Cybersecurity with Neo4j, Based on Real-Life Data Insights