Is it time to trust AI powered security?

Is it time to trust AI powered security?

Is it Time to trust AI powered security
  • By Paul Griffiths, Senior Director, Advanced Technology Group, Riverbed Technology

Last year, Google DeepMind’s AI program AlphaZero took 4 hours to master the game of chess, exceeding the realms of human capability. This is just one of the many existing examples of AI’s dramatic acceleration in the past few years. When we think about this from a cybersecurity perspective, the perpetual game of high stakes chess, many businesses are realising they are much stronger with AI on their side. Despite this, there is a high level of mistrust in AI that exists throughout the corporate landscape.

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