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Closing The Knowledge Gap: Making Cyber Insights Accessible For Rail Workers
Railways are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks as they become more connected to the internet. However, many railway workers have little to no familiarity with cyber security.

With the cyber skills shortage still widespread across all industries, railway organizations can turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to perform investigations and augment the capabilities of human teams. Specifically, Self-Learning AI is able to piece together disparate security events to form narratives that are accessible to all people, from seasoned experts to rail operators still becoming familiar with cyber concepts.

Join this webinar to learn more about:
• The cyber skills gap and its implication for rail workers
• How AI performs investigations and augments humans
• A real-world threat find of a cyber incident at a rail organization

Dec 1, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Chris Thomas
VP, Industrial @Darktrace
Chris joined Darktrace in 2015 and spent four years as a lead ICS technologist, before becoming Global Head of Darktrace Industrial. Chris oversees some of Darktrace’s most strategic accounts, helping extend self-learning AI across a variety of Operational Technology environments and protect Critical National Infrastructure. Chris holds a BA in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.