In this moment, excerpted from the Generative AI Digital Summit event, which took place on May 25, practitioner analyst Frank Domizio explains how generative AI can be applied to cybersecurity.
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00:10 — “I think ‘fight fire with fire,’ right?” Frank explains that from a security perspective, AI can be used against itself within the realm of behavioral analytics and malware detection, given the ever-evolving nature of the two.
00:30 — Artificial intelligence (AI) and generative AI are particularly useful as they relate to threat intelligence, notes Frank. “When we start talking about massive amounts of data that’s coming through the dark web, open-source, social media, I mean, we can learn things about our threats… intel and AI can help us make these connections.”
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00:58 — Frank concludes by suggesting that generative AI and its capabilities are a useful means of creating targeted tactics so businesses can protect themselves.
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