“Like a human immune system, today’s cybersecurity defences need to find those attacks that will eventually breach a perimeter, quarantine and remediate them, across an organisation’s data, applications, mobile and end-point devices,” says Lee Hui Li, vice president for global business partners at IBM APAC.
Noting that many organisations use up to 50 security products from some 80 vendors, she expressed concern over the sufficiency of non-integrated, point-product security solutions, and that “artificial intelligence technologies and increased collaboration between the public and private sectors will be crucial in the war against cyber crime”.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “AI to the Fore in War on Cyberattacks” published in The Business Times on 8 November, 2017.