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Is Artificial Intelligence helping or hindering IT defenders?

If 2017 taught us anything, it’s that you can’t be complacent about your cybersecurity strategy. And as the driving force behind McAfee’s security research and development, you’d expect Chief Technology Officer, Steve Grobman, to have more to worry about than most.

“You could spend all day being concerned about almost anything,” he laughs, when I ask him what threats people should be looking out for.

But there is one big issue facing all companies today. How do you deal with the fast-changing threat landscape whilst continuing to protect yourself against the threats you were worried about yesterday?

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“That’s creating a lot of new challenges for an IT defender to comprehend in order to protect their environment,” Grobman says.

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Charlotte Trueman

Charlotte is Staff Writer at IDG Connect. She is particularly interested in the impact technology will have on the future of work and promoting gender diversity throughout the tech industry.

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