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The Future of Cognitive Security Is Now

April 9, 2018

Many security conversations today are likely to touch upon security intelligence, behavioral anomaly detection and the value of augmented intelligence (AI) in security. But is cognitive security all hype, or are there real applications in use today? Is it feasible only for the largest, most sophisticated organizations, or is it more widely available?

We’ve heard about AI’s usefulness in healthcare diagnostics, its ability to interpret and filter massive amounts of data on clinical trials for overworked physicians who can’t keep pace with newly produced studies, and even its ability to propose tailored treatment strategies based on an individual’s DNA traits.

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