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January 2020 Meeting

January 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Using AI as a Force Multiplier

Ross Rosenzweig, Senior Systems Engineer
Blackbery Cylance


There have been more advancements in machine learning and artificial intelligence in the past 10 years than any time since its inception in the 50s. Why is that? Its mainstream adoption has already provided countless benefits oftentimes without our knowledge, fundamentally altering, improving and in some cases eliminating the need for methods and techniques that have gone before it. In this talk, we’ll explore the impact it’s already having on cybersecurity and its unique ability to level the playing field against the rapidly evolving threat landscape.

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Speaker Bio

Ross Rosenzweig is a Senior Systems Engineer with Blackberry | Cylance. Ross has worked with organizations looking to achieve silence through a prevention-first approach to defending the endpoint. Prior to Blackberry | Cylance, Ross has served in various Systems Engineering and Product Management roles at VMware, Dell and Symantec. Ross began his career at The Gillette Company in Boston, MA where he developed and administered the companies first zero-budget IT initiative to reduce enterprise software spend resulting in savings of $2M in the first year. Ross holds a BA in Business Administration from Northeastern University.

Network Over Lunch / Security Presentation / Earn 2 CPE’s / Raffle Prizes / Free Head-shots


Registering Online for the Meeting


ISSA/OC Members: $20
Non-Members: $25

If you register after 2pm on January 8th the cost goes up as follows:

ISSA/OC Members: $25
Non-Members: $30

Payments at the door, with Cash, Checks, and Credit Cards are also accepted, however online registrations are encouraged to speed entry into the meeting.


January 9
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Dave and Buster’s – Irvine
661 Spectrum Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92618 United States
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(949) 727-0555


ISSA Orange County