Uber recently applied for a patent to use artificial intelligence to spot drunken drivers in a move that has cyber-security professionals questioning the privacy implications of such software.
Unsecure Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the increasing use of automation are leading to vulnerable robotic device, robots if you will, that if compromised by a hacker could inflict physical harm to human not to mention opening the device possibly compromising all types of personal information.
Paul McEvatt discusses why artificial intelligence and automation is the obvious solution to defend today's business.
Switzerland's cognitive security operations centre will be built around IBM Watson for Cyber Security and provide in-country support to the banking sector.
Matt Middleton-Leal takes a look at how machine learning is changing the battle between security software vendors and cyber-attackers.
Bogdan Botezatu discusses what organisations can do to give themselves the best possible chance of evading and protecting against APTs, and how the next wave of cyber-security solutions are using machine learning algorithms to help beat the malware and stay one step ahead of the hackers.
Some of the world's biggest tech companies are teaming up to address the future of artificial intelligence and how it will affect privacy, safety, interoperability and collaboration between people and AI.
Lee Painter says a rise in security breaches due to abuse of access has put the spotlight on Identity and Access Management. So how might Artificial Intelligence shape its future?
Alexandre Arbelet and Daniel Brown explain the role of artificial intelligence in enhancing cyber-security
Intelligent and automated systems are currently being touted as the next step in cyber-security to help combat the 'always-on' cyber-criminal, but are they right for us? And are we prepared for them?
Darktrace's CTO, Dave Palmer, says that while ransomware is on the rise and law enforcement can do very little to help, we are living in a "golden age of criminality".