It was believed that Hephaestus, the Greek god of metallurgy, created and programmed a giant bronze warrior named Talos to protect Crete. Talos is said to be a futuristic cybernetic creature that can think and feel.
It was believed that Hephaestus created the creature as part of his project, combining neurological-computer interfaces and living and non-living components into one massive being.
The mythology surrounding the creation of the warrior is also said to be the first example of people thinking about the potential of Artificial Intelligence and intelligent robots.
Cut to the present, Artificial Intelligence is all around us, and data and algorithms have become more essential to our lives than we can fathom. And this is just the beginning.
AI has already profoundly impacted various industries, and its use in cybersecurity is no exception.
In recent years, AI has become a crucial tool in the fight against cybercrime, offering organizations a way to detect and respond to cyber threats more quickly and effectively than ever before.
The February Issue of The Cyber Express magazine is now available
The Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence
One of the key benefits of AI in cybersecurity is its ability to process vast amounts of data in real time. This allows organizations to quickly identify and respond to potential threats, reducing the time it takes to detect and respond to an attack.
AI can analyze data from various sources, including network logs, intrusion detection systems, and other security-related data, to help organizations better understand the threat landscape.
AI has the potential to transform the way we interact with the world around us. It can assist us in performing specific tasks based on its capabilities and improve our lives in many ways.
But that’s not all. The benefits of using AI in the field of cybersecurity are numerous. It can help prevent and detect threats before they occur, improving the organisation’s efficiency.
But, the increasing use of AI in the cybersecurity industry has raised concerns about the potential impact on several vectors. We discuss, in detail, Artificial Intelligence and The Top 6 Business Risks.
The Cover of the magazine talks about something even more grave and how AI can become an important tool for fixing the dire problem of human trafficking and modern slavery.
We discuss ways of integrating data fusion and AI tools, which can, in turn, play a key role in fighting and drastically reducing the exponentially high number of people forced into modern slavery.
On the better side, we talk about leveraging Artificial Intelligence in cybersecurity education.
We believe artificial Intelligence can make complex terms and topics relatively simpler, but there is still a long way to go.
In our interviews, we have Chuck Brooks, President of Brooks Consulting International, discussing how Artificial Intelligence and ML are disrupting the cybersecurity news space.
We also have Ash Hunt, Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Apex Group, discussing the risk quantification, metrics, and testing risk scenarios for staying better prepared in cyber risk management.
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to revolutionize the field of cybersecurity by providing organizations with the ability to detect and respond to cyber threats more quickly and effectively than ever before.
However, organizations must be cautious when implementing Artificial Intelligence systems and ensure they are secure and trustworthy.
As Artificial Intelligence continues to advance, it will play an increasingly important role in the fight against cybercrime, helping organizations to stay one step ahead of cyber attackers.
The February Issue of The Cyber Express magazine discusses all these thoughts on AI in Cybersecurity in detail.