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Securing AI Can Make or Break Your Enterprise
The ability to harness the power of AI to create new medicines, blaze trails to revenue and growth, and revolutionize customer service, makes not taking the AI plunge detrimental to your business’s future competitive advantage. Yet every collaboration with emerging Generative AI tools and their voracious appetite for your business data, such as ChatGPT, Bard, and others, come with their own set of considerations. In this discussion, we will explore how you can move forward to embrace emerging AI technologies while ensuring your intellectual property remains protected.
Myles Bray is Chief Revenue Officer (CRO) at Forcepoint. He is responsible for driving the company’s worldwide sales and business development to accelerate customer adoption and deployment of Forcepoint’s Data-first SASE architecture transforming the future of cloud-native security.
Bray is a hands-on technology sales leader with a track record of driving strategy and execution across product, marketing and global sales in public, private and venture-backed companies. He joined Forcepoint in April 2021 having spent more than 10 years in the security industry and has been leading our business across Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Prior to Forcepoint he was Chief Revenue Officer of a cybersecurity start-up delivering next generation cloud-based quantum encryption and before that he led the EMEA and Channel Sales efforts at Forescout Technologies. Under his leadership, Forescout’s European sales grew more than 300 percent in less than four years, underpinning the company’s successful IPO and market leader status of the EMEA Secure Access Control market. Bray has also served in EMEA Sales leadership roles with F5 Networks, VCE the Virtual Computing Environment Company, Impact Group Europe and EMC.