The applications of artificial intelligence (AI) have become ubiquitous over the last decade, transforming the way we work, play, and interact with the world. AI systems recommend what you should watch on Netflix, recognize your biometric data for authentication, and assist you during "live" chats with customer service. These examples highlight common applications of AI systems, but AI can also promote security in our data and systems. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Cyber, Intelligence, and Supply Chain Security Division hosted a discussion today on the applications of AI in cybersecurity during its Now Next webinar series, and dove into how businesses can leverage AI in their security efforts. "Humans are great at intuition and creativity. The challenge in cyber is that you sometimes have very subtle signals pointing to anomalies, and you must move beyond human scale to see that drift from normality in complex enterprises. Moreover, you must understand those subtle signals and respond to them at machine speed. This is where the power of AI potentially provides the most value," said Albert Biketi, Vice President, Security Business at Splunk.
Oct-29-2020, 13:04:03 GMT