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AI Seen as Taking Increasingly Lead Role in Fight against Cyber Threats
The business world has been slow to incorporate AI as a security measure but that’s going to change in 2019. More than 25 years ago, the worldwide web was likened to the wild west – a virtual frontier lined with black hats gunning to spread viruses that latched onto computers, erase their data and, even worse, shut them down for good. Those dark days persist – and show little sign of brightening in the near future. Today, the daily news abounds with reports of hackers breaking into the seemingly impenetrable computer networks of government agencies, political organizations and banking, retail and hotel giants and making off with everything from confidential data to social security, credit card and passport information. These security breaches are hardly surprising: as security programs have gotten increasingly more sophisticated, so too have cyber criminals, who are often at least one-step ahead of the risk management tools designed to thwart their malevolence.
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