In episode 92 of the Cybersecurity Minute, Rob Wood sheds light on how cybersecurity is becoming more data-driven.
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00:08 — There’s a boom in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities that pertains to cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is becoming more data-driven. It’s generating more data; collecting more data; using more data; and integrating that data into decisions and processes.
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01:09 — Rob thinks the increased data-driven approaches will unlock a new wave of specificity and a more consistent scientific approach to how cybersecurity works as a field. He doesn’t think cybersecurity can scale the way it needs to scale without these kinds of evolutions.
01:47 — If you are not integrating data into anything that you do today, don’t fret. You don’t have to jump into being Google or Netflix, which have an entire security engineering team available to do it. Start small, look at what data you might have available to you today.
02:29 — Over time, you’ll want to start to find ways to bring in more data and enrich and make it better. In turn, that will make the business processes that data supports more effective.