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UK Cyber Week 2024

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Can AI Help the Year of Cyber Insecurity?

18 Apr 2024
Prevention & Resilience
3. IT savvy

2023 will go down as the year that AI became mainstream, sparking a generative AI arms race. Even in its infancy, the technology is already ubiquitous, and will loom large in security leaders’ considerations for ‘24 – both as a threat and a solution. We also face ongoing geopolitical uncertainty, bringing new risks from state-affiliated cyber actors. Enterprises, governments and SMBs alike continue to be hit from all sides.

So, we’re at a crossroads… The challenges are unprecedented. But so too are the pioneering technologies that can help us to tackle them. In the presentation, we look at the top cybersecurity challenges facing organisations in the year ahead. And explore how security leaders are already integrating AI-powered cybersecurity technologies to fight the overwhelming volume of alerts they face.

Key Takeaways:

  • How data loss, extortion and ransomware continue to wreak havoc on UK organisations.
  • Why the number of cybersecurity alerts facing businesses each day has grown exponentially.
  • Who is picking up the slack as the average UK security team shrinks.
  • Where businesses expect to use AI in their cybersecurity strategies.
  • The outlook for 2024 - what's just marketing hype and what will actually make a difference.
Gareth Lockwood, VP of Product - Censornet

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