Security leaders investing in automation and AI, study shows

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Nearly four in 10 organisations rely on automation, 34% rely on machine learning, and 32% are highly reliant on artificial intelligence (AI) for their cyber defences, according to Cisco's latest security report.


How AI will underpin cyber security in the next few years

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Cyber criminals continue to launch increasingly sophisticated and devastating attacks on industrial, business and financial organisations around the world – and the damage from such crime could reach $6tn by 2021, according to a report from Cybersecurity Ventures.


How artificial intelligence is powering cybersecurity

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Technology progresses daily and with this progression come threats and risks to social, financial and economic life. Today, cyber-attackers have resorted to the use of automation to launch more frequent attacks on different businesses and corporations. While cyber-attackers are expending a lot of resources to launch more sophisticated attacks, many organizations still rely on manual efforts to gather internal security findings and contextualize them with external threat information. It was reported that carelessness of employee was the reason behind the ransomware attack in 51 percent of the cases. However, such outdated methods and strategies need to part way for AI because they use up a lot of time, in which cyber-attackers can successfully take advantage of vulnerabilities to breach systems and steal data.


Software development remains insecure

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Instances of common web-based vulnerabilities have remained consistent for the past nine years, analysis by researchers at cyber security and risk mitigation firm NCC Group has revealed. This 12 page GDPR mythbuster will help separate the rights from the wrongs, whilst giving you the tools you need to build a regulation-compliant business. You forgot to provide an Email Address. This email address doesn't appear to be valid. This email address is already registered.


How AI will underpin cyber security in the next few years

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Cyber criminals continue to launch increasingly sophisticated and devastating attacks on industrial, business and financial organisations around the world – and the damage from such crime could reach $6tn by 2021, according to a report from Cybersecurity Ventures.