How to Block Advanced ThreatsFocus on 'Total Cost of Control,' Says BlackBerry Cylance's John McClurg
After years of organizations being stuck in a reactive security posture, proactive prevention is finally possible thanks to machine learning backed by artificial intelligence math models, says John McClurg of BlackBerry Cylance.
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In a video interview at the recent Infosecurity Europe conference, McClurg discusses:
- Gaining defense in depth while avoiding "expense in depth";
- The increasing juxtaposition of physical security and cybersecurity, especially driven by IoT;
- The promise of artificial intelligence math models and machine learning applications;
- The latest on BlackBerry's acquisition of Cylance.
McClurg is vice president of security and trust at BlackBerry Cylance. He previously served as the CSO of Dell. Before that, McClurg served at Honeywell International; Lucent Technologies/Bell Laboratories; and at the FBI, where he held an assignment with the U.S. Department of Energy as a branch chief in charge of establishing a cyber counterintelligence program within the DOE's newly created Office of Counterintelligence.