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Adoption of artificial intelligence for security automation is reaching critical mass, according to a new Radware report, with 81% of executives now relying more heavily on AI solutions.
Cybersecurity experts say there are plenty of vulnerabilities for enterprising ransom-seeking hackers, unless automakers act.
APMdigest asked experts across the industry — including analysts,
consultants and vendors — for their opinions on the next steps for ITOA.
These next steps include where the experts believe ITOA is headed, as
well as where they think it should be headed. Part 5 offers some
interesting final thoughts.
Years ago it would have been unthinkable to give up control to securing
your most valuable assets. But for some companies the risk of handing
the security keys to a third party is less than the idea of facing the
daily barrage of attacks.
IT, communications and security experts share tips on what to do when your business is hit with an IT-related disaster, such as a cyberattack, an ecommerce site crash or a software failure.
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