Almost every cybersecurity product has an AI component. Here is where it’s working in the real world.
The shortcomings of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in the cybersecurity world have drawn a lot of attention. But does the bad press mean that AI isn’t working? Or is AI just getting slammed for failing to meet overinflated expectations?
It’s time to take a hard look at what AI is accomplishing before kicking it to the curb.
Where Cyber AI Is Winning
There has never been a superhero who hasn’t gone to the dark side or fallen off their pedestal. AI is no different. But if you know where AI performs well, you’ll have a better idea of how to test vendors’ AI claims.
“Machine learning [and] AI technologies have been influencing information security for a long time,” says Alexandra Murzina, a machine learning engineer and data scientist at cybersecurity firm Positive Technologies. “Spam detection or preventing fraudulent transactions are just two of many examples of successful AI applications in security today.” Read more: https://bit.ly/3HQRc9C