The integration of generative AI into infrastructure security marks a significant shift in combating cyber threats. Two leaders in technology, Vishal Amin, General Manager of Defense Security Solutions at Microsoft and John Gunn, CEO of Token, shared their insights in a recent cybersecurity summit hosted by Cyber Security Summit. They discuss how this technology is revolutionizing the field. The following summarizes some of their thoughts on the profound impact of Generative AI on cybersecurity...
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Enterprise cybersecurity is becoming a losing proposition for everyone. Organizations today face an ever-increasing number of cyber threats, from system intrusions and phishing scams to ransomware attacks, web application attacks, and more. Any of these threats can result in serious damage to enterprise assets and irreversible loss of data, reputation, and intellectual property.
The Alarming Reality: Cyber Insurance Will Increasingly be Unavailable for Organizations Using Legacy MFA
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Why America’s Small Businesses are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks and How They Can Stay Safe with Wearable MFA
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Enterprise cybersecurity is a war zone. Today, organizations face an ever-increasing number of cyber threats, from system intrusions and phishing scams, to ransomware attacks, web application attacks, and more – any of which can result in serious damage to enterprise assets and irreversible loss of data and intellectual property.
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