Utilizing Machine Learning to Make Security More Effective
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As an MSP, you’re looking for new ways to improve services without adding overhead. The addition of providing security to your clients is an absolute necessity in today’s threat landscape, but MSPs need ways to ensure the highest levels of security without draining staff and profits.
So, how can artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) help?
In this educational webcast, join Heather Margolis, CEO & Founder, Channel Maven Consulting and George Anderson, Director of Product Marketing at Webroot, as they discuss:
AI and ML Basics: What are they and how they improve security from prevention to remediation
The Value of AI/ML in Threat Intelligence
How MSPs can leverage AI/ML to improve your security service offering
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Heather K. Margolis, Founder, Channel Maven Consulting
After leading channel programs for EMC, EqualLogic and Dell Heather K. Margolis, founded Channel Maven Consulting in early 2009. Heather and her team are passionate about enabling manufacturers and their channel partners to drive more business through their channel.
Recently named one of Colorado’s Top 100 Women Owned Businesses, Channel Maven is best known for being on top of the cutting edge best practices around channel program development and enablement, “To” channel marketing and communications, and “Through” partner demand generation.
George Anderson, Director of Product Marketing, Webroot
George has spent the past 18 years in the IT Security industry. Initially in Business Development, Strategic Alliances and Marketing roles for Computacenter, Europe’s leading systems integrator. Then as Global Product Marketing lead for Clearswift and for the past 8 years he’s been with Webroot in Product Marketing where he is the Product Marketing Director for their Business division, covering Endpoint, Mobile, DNS Protection and Security Awareness Training.
Prior to this he worked in the Advertising and Direct Marketing industry where he held senior executive roles at Ogilvy & Mather Direct, McCann-Erickson Direct and other leading Agencies.