Writer Louis Columbus checks in with five cybersecurity experts who predict the continued growth of AI tools in the coming year. He notes that tech consulting firm “Capgemini predicts 63% of organizations are planning to deploy AI in 2020 to improve cybersecurity, with the most popular application being network security.”
David H. Deans, writing in Cloud Tech News, talks about the advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Both sides of the battle leverage the latest tech. “AI and ML have been used widely in cybersecurity industries, by both hacking and security communities, making the security landscape even more sophisticated. Many organisations, regardless of size, are now facing greater challenges in day-to-day IT security operations.”
According to Cyber Security Hub, the concept of a cyber security perimeter intrigues security experts, who have long fought against emerging malware strains and external threats to fortify a network’s interior. Today, is a castle-and-moat strategy a thing of the past?
An article in Security Week notes that for many organizations, the network perimeter has been replaced with a variety of new network edges. Many have specific challenges that can severely complicate an organization’s ability to maintain a consistent and manageable security infrastructure. These security challenges are two-fold.
“Law firms house a great deal of sensitive client information and are understandably concerned about the IT security of any technology solution they implement. However, many firms still think that legacy on-premise IT solutions are the most effective way to safeguard client data. The fact is that maintaining a secure on-premise IT solution is costly and complex,” according to Travis Howe, CISO of Litify.