AI, along with its machine learning (ML) and generative AI components, has the potential to significantly transform the cybersecurity landscape. It can continuously grow and learn, enabling defense reactions that outpace the tactics of the bad actors, even when they employ previously unseen attack patterns.
But like all tools, AI is only as good as the people using it. To ensure a robust AI cybersecurity framework, a collaborative approach is essential. This involves having the right individuals to write the code, test it, and most importantly, oversee the AI programs on an ongoing basis.
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