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Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
Time: 9:00am - 10:00am PT
Duration: 1 hour

Network traffic continues to increase exponentially, leading to an overwhelming amount of data generated across the network. This data and network traffic pose a cybersecurity challenge. Join this webinar to learn how federal agencies are adopting AI-based solutions to improve cybersecurity across their organizations. We’ll show you how AI is already being used for multiple cybersecurity use cases and share how you can start improving the security of your infrastructure with AI.

By attending this webinar, you’ll learn:
  • About the unique cybersecurity challenges faced by public sector organizations
  • Several examples of how various agencies are implementing AI-based cybersecurity solutions
  • How you can get started integrating AI into your cybersecurity solution
    Join us after the presentation for a live Q&A session.

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JC Sullivan

Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton

JC is a data scientist in Booz Allen Hamilton’s Artificial Intelligence Group, where he is the program manager of Cyber Precog, a tactical cyber operations platform. He's currently pursuing an MS in cybersecurity at New York University and also holds degrees from the University of Chicago and University of Notre Dame.

Kristopher Keith

Senior Account Manager, NVIDIA

Kristopher is a leader in cybersecurity and emerging technologies who's passionate about bringing the latest in machine learning to the federal mission space. He brings a unique perspective to NVIDIA with over 25 years of DoD and intelligence community experience, including working in the Air Force, General Dynamics, and Booz Allen Hamilton. Kristopher’s role as an NVIDIA account manager is to develop partnerships with innovators and end customers who want to transform their cybersecurity mission into the state of the art. He has a bachelor of science in computer studies, is a project management professional (PMP), is a certified information systems security professional (CISSP), and is the president of a Maryland (ISC)2 cybersecurity chapter.

Killian Sexsmith

Senior Developer Relations Manager, NVIDIA

Killian leads developer relations for NVIDIA’s cybersecurity technologies. Previously, he founded the data science and edge teams for the public sector at Red Hat. Killian’s team built KubeFrame and also contributed to putting OpenShift on the International Space Station. He brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of data science, cybersecurity, edge computing, Kubernetes, and OpenShift.

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Date & Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2018