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Artificial intelligence has a role in cybersecurity but isn’t the magic bullet (access required)

In a recent study on combating cybersecurity attacks, two-thirds of 3,866 information technology  professionals surveyed across the Americas, Europe and Asia said artificial intelligence tools could reduce false alerts and increase team effectiveness. Yet, only 25 percent of the respondents reported currently using some form of an AI-based security system. “Despite massive investments in cybersecurity programs, ...

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