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Why Artificial Intelligence Is Not a Silver Bullet for Cybersecurity
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ameliagomes
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ameliagomes,
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11/13/2018 | 1:35:44 AM
Re: I agree AI is not a fix all
As Cyber-Security is one of the big issues. We always very much conscious of the security purpose. I am using a Linksys router. I am facing Linksys login issue. Is this happen due to any cyber issue?
Patrick Ciavolella
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Patrick Ciavolella,
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7/23/2018 | 7:50:06 AM
I agree AI is not a fix all
AI is extremely beneficial in the security world and does greatly assist in our defenses, but this is not technology that should be heavily relied upon.  Human will always be necessary in checking and confirming the data gathered by AI.  This feedback will keep AI assisting analysts and reduce the false positive rate from AI allowing it to become more evolved and better suited to fit the needs of the security teams.  I am a strong believer in human analysis and verification of data, but as the attackers evolve so must the defenders in hopes to always stay 1 step ahead.


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