Malwarebytes, the industry-leading anti-malware, and internet security software company, also leads in innovative threat intelligence. One such tool is the interactive remediation map, a worldwide security vulnerability.
Join us to learn how Malwarebytes uses Redis Enterprise at the heart of their data streams to centralize and visualize data in real-time, providing global information on threats detected, how a virus is conceived and the eventual spread through the world. In this talk, Darren Chinen, Sr. Director, Data and AI at Malwarebytes, will illustrate their use of Redis Enterprise.
|October 16th, 2018 | 10:00 am
|Darren Chinen, Senior Director Data & AI, Malwarebytes
Priya Balakrishnan, Sr. Dr. Product Marketing, Redis
|Redis and NoSQL Users
Darren Chinen is the senior director of data science and AI at Malwarebytes and located in the Silicon Valley. Previously, Darren implemented big data solutions on Hadoop at GoPro and Apple. Living in data for almost 20 years, he cut his teeth as a data engineer on traditional data warehouse technologies and has led EDW transition projects to Hadoop as well as new big data implementations. Darren is a Capricorn. He likes long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners, and puppies.
Priya Balakrishnan brings more than 15 years of enterprise technology experience to her role as senior director of product marketing at Redis. Most recently, she spent over 6 years leading the Splunk product marketing for IT Operations, driving market strategy and content for IT operations and analytics use cases. Prior to Splunk, she led product marketing efforts for HP Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) product lines. She has also held various product management and customer success roles at Mercury Interactive and US Bank. Priya holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, mathematics and statistics from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore and a postgraduate degree in Computer Applications from SVCE, University of Chennai.