AITrends | January 28, 2021
In 2021, more firms will employ AI to battle cyberattacks, trying to gain an edge in a game of one-upmanship with hackers and attackers. A survey of 20 cybersecurity experts recently surveyed by Forbes showed some patterns.
AI Assistance for Humans May Ease Cybersecurity Skills Challenge
Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal
The shortage of IT staff skilled in cybersecurity is driving the need to rely more on AI software, while understanding the proper role of the humans involved. “This is why the focus in 2021 is not on which AI/ML engine has the most features or the lowest error rate—it’s moving over to which AI approaches integrate humans into the process in the best way,” stated Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, a cloud security provider based in San Jose.