Diana Kelley, Cybrize | Erick Galinkin, Rapid7 | Nash Borges, Secureworks | Mark Sangster, Adlumin
According to research by Capgemini, two thirds of businesses now understand that AI is a necessary component in the race to secure your organisation. The attack surface in 2022 is larger and more sophisticated than ever before, with ransomware and breaches at an all time high. The ability to detect cyber threats quickly, to have proactive security measures and to detect new, malicious threats, is more critical than ever.
In this month’s episode of The (Security) Balancing Act, we’ll ask, ‘is AI the answer to the evolution of the threatscape?’
Join us in this session as we discuss:
- Use cases for AI in cyber - where does it fit and where it doesn’t
- Can AI replace cyber analysts?
- The importance of resilient AI
- What we mean by predictive intelligence, and why it’s important
- How to implement AI into your security
- The technology AI can leverage to improve your security posture
- The future of AI in the cybersecurity space