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Understanding the Complex Implications of AI for Cyber Security

NYC area cyber security expert explores the benefits and risks of AI for cyber security and offers tips for using AI safely in today’s cyber landscape—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

A timely article by NYC area cyber security expert eMazzanti Technologies describes how AI significantly enhances cyber security capabilities by augmenting and accelerating various aspects of cyber defense.

However, the author cautions that AI also poses new risks that complicate the cyber security landscape. Organizations must take a holistic approach that leverages the advantages of AI but ensures proper oversight.

“AI-enhanced cyber security tools deliver exciting capabilities to counter today’s emerging cyber threats, but organizations must utilize them carefully to balance benefit with risk,” warned Jennifer Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies.

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Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Understanding the Complex Implications of AI for Cyber Security.”

Timely Threat Detection

“Automated monitoring systems collect and analyze data from endpoints, sensors, logs, and other sources. They then alert security personnel to any anomalies that could indicate an attack or compromise.”

Enhanced Incident Response

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“Once it detects a possible cyber security event, AI strengthens incident response in several ways, including enabling dynamic incident response that adapts to feedback. AI systems can learn from previous incidents to improve future performance.”

Proactive Threat Prevention

“Ideally, security solutions will prevent threats in the first place. While traditional cyber security measures take a reactive approach, detecting and responding to incidents after they occur, AI-enabled solutions make it possible to predict and prevent potential vulnerabilities.”

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However…AI Also Presents New Risks

“Organizations should not view AI as a silver bullet, however. Security teams that rely too much on AI can fall into a false sense of security and reduce human vigilance. But AI systems do make mistakes and sometimes fail in unexpected ways.”

Holistic Approach to AI for Cyber Security Necessary

To harness the benefits of AI while mitigating the risks it poses, business leaders must adopt a balanced, responsible approach that includes clear objectives and governance around AI use. Partnering with cyber security professionals like eMazzanti Technologies allows organizations to benefit from deep expertise and cutting-edge tools and services.

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