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AI IN CYBERSECURITY: THE IDC AI INNOVATORS REPORT AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR SECURITY PRACTITIONERS
Back in 2017, Cybereason CSO Sam Curry and CTO Yonatan Striem-Amit spoke to a crowded room at the RSA Conference about the hype and hope of AI and Machine Learning. Fast forward a year later, where Cybereason was recently named an IDC Innovator in the IDC Innovators: AI Intelligence-Infused Security Solutions, 2018 (doc #AP42610618, October 2018) report. A lot has happened in the past year and a half (a near lifetime in the world of security products). Things have improved since, with much of the tech getting more mature and employing more advanced AI and ML toolkits; but there’s still a lot of abuse and outright false claims out there. The problem is that AI is both the most overhyped and underhyped technology (simultaneously) since the invention of Internet itself. “AI” has become the ultimate buzzword for many software vendors - especially in the security industry. Claims to deliver leading Artificial Intelligence are abundant. Unfortunately, with nearly every vendor advertising AI capabilities, many buyers have become confused. It is important to unpack “AI” capabilities when advertised and discern the extent to which AI is used.
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