Unleash the power of AI for cyber threat hunting now

May 11, 2024
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CensysGPT: AI-Powered Threat Hunting for Cybersecurity Pros (Webinar)

TLDR:

– Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming cybersecurity, with tools like CensysGPT reshaping threat hunting.

– Attend the webinar to learn how generative AI is changing cybersecurity defenses and how CensysGPT can help you hunt threats smarter and faster.

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing cybersecurity, and leading the charge is CensysGPT, a cutting-edge tool that is reshaping threat hunting and cybersecurity research. In a webinar titled ” The Future of Threat Hunting is Powered by Generative AI ,” Censys Security Researcher Aidan Holland will introduce attendees to the capabilities of CensysGPT.

The webinar will focus on the following key elements:

  • Discovering how generative AI is transforming cybersecurity and threat intelligence.
  • Learning how CensysGPT can help identify threats quicker, reducing organizational risk.
  • Incorporating AI into security strategies to adapt to evolving threats.
  • Exploring the potential of tools like CensysGPT in cybersecurity.

During the webinar, participants will get a firsthand look at how CensysGPT enables early vulnerability detection, simplifies competitor searches, and turns network data into actionable insights for rapid threat response. Whether you are a cybersecurity professional, an IT enthusiast, or simply curious about the future of cyber defense, this webinar is essential for staying ahead of the curve in cybersecurity.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the power of CensysGPT and explore how AI is reshaping cybersecurity defenses. Secure your spot at the webinar now.

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