VentureBeat February 23, 2024
Taryn Plumb

Generative AI is the technology of the moment — and the future — but cybersecurity leaders have yet to truly put it to work. It’s difficult to identify “best practices,” when so many are grasping at “new practices” that haven’t yet been proven to deliver outcomes and ROI.

Vendors are increasingly making overtures and promises around AI’s benefits — fostering innovation, offering gains in speed and productivity — but the revolutionary technology has yet to offer real viability when it comes to cybersecurity.

However, according to Gartner, 2024 will be the year that gen AI-driven security products finally emerge, and 2025 will see those tools delivering real risk-management outcomes.

This prediction is among the IT consulting firm’s top...

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