Automation & AI: Outpacing Cybercrime
What's this research about?
In today’s digital world, amid an accelerated cyber threat landscape, an increasingly distributed workforce and growing reliance on the cloud, developing a coherent approach to digital workflow automation and AI has never been more important.
To address these challenges and position their teams for success, cybersecurity leaders should be opting for a forward-looking approach to threat management and appropriate security responses. Adopting AI-powered workflow automation can orchestrate time-intensive tasks, improve security responses and speed thereof, as well as reduce the burden for human analysts..
This research, sponsored by Unifii, will feature the views and insights from up to 10 industry leaders on how enterprises are innovating by using digital automation and AI to advance their IT infrastructures.
TechPros.io will be publishing a Market View Report with the findings from the interviews in November 2022.
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See 2 example questions:
Over the last 2 years there has been a surge in remote workers, cloud users, cloud services and systems integrations increasing the level of cyberthreat. Meanwhile, attackers are evolving their own tactics, techniques, and procedures to probe for weaknesses and unleash more efficient attacks.
What does this mean for the enterprise and what will be the major innovations in the next 3 to 5 years to address this?
Security teams are overwhelmed with too much data from disparate sources, an abundance of tools, and often a scarcity of insights.
How should cybersecurity and technology leaders be addressing this growing challenge in the short term?