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Artificial Intelligence [AI] has steadily become more widely used in the cyber security industry in recent years. Despite claims that AI is often used to replace humans, this isn't the case here. Instead, it's being leveraged to do the jobs that humans are unable to do. By spotting even the most subtle anomalies, AI is able to detect potential threats in real-time.

As such, Computer Futures has interviewed John Kirch, Regional Director of Darktrace to find out more about how they have been developed to analyse typical user / device behaviour to be able to notify you in real-time should anomalies occur. This can in turn assist the cyber security landscape for greater security. Read more about it by clicking on the button below.

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