It’s no debate that artificial intelligence has both positive and negative impacts when used to defend against cyber attacks. One way to deal with it is to combine traditional techniques with AI tools when developing a cyber security strategy.
European Court of Auditors recently released a comprehensive report detailing the cybersecurity challenges facing the European Union in 2019 and beyond, and how best to respond to the growing number of cyber threats.
A fundamental shift from defensive to offensive cyber operations is now underway in order to deter cyber attacks, and the United States and its European ally France are at the forefront of this trend.
Making educated decisions about cyber security requires high-quality information. Analyst firms are happy to provide information. But is the information they provide genuinely useful? Are they adding value to the conversation? Ultimately, great leadership, thoughtful strategy and superior execution is key to success.