In today’s episode of My TechDecisions Podcast, host and TD Managing Editor Jonathan Blackwood speaks with Jeremy Samide, CEO of Stealthcare. The conversation centers around cybersecurity, including best practices, strategies, technology, artificial intelligence, and more.
Jeremy Samide is an industry-recognized and highly-sought after cyber security expert with over 15 years of leading edge sector and government security consulting and research and development work. He has recently spoken on next generation security threats for insurance companies, banks and family offices in Canada, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and across the United States. In conjunction with Federal law enforcement, most recently Samide has consulted to both large and small businesses on the cyber security risks associated with organizations conducting business within the People’s Republic of China.
Stealthcare has just introduced a new Threat Intelligence Platform that relies on Artificial Intelligence — machine learning, together with human intelligence, to thwart current and future attacks. The platform relies on artificial intelligence to sort through potential attacks, eliminate the noise and home in on real threats, often relying on the hacker’s fingerprints that seem to be hardwired into their digital DNA. This is something humans cannot do when sifting through enormous amounts of random data.
Stealthcare has predicted previous major cyberattacks, including the WannaCry ransomware, targeting Microsoft Windows machines, attacks against the Democratic and Republican National Committees and the Dyn Cyberattack that took down most of the large content providers on the Eastern seaboard.
Jeremy discusses Stealthcare’s new Threat Intelligence Platform, and gives an explanation for why AI alongside human intelligence is the most powerful way to combat cyberattacks. He also discusses cybersecurity in general. He talks about what companies can do to combat cyberattacks, the technology available to assist, and more. He also discusses his recent research into state-sponsored cyberattacks coming from North Korea.
Make sure to listen to this interview if you’re at all interested in bolstering your organizations cybersecurity.
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