According to a survey conducted by Senseon as part of a research project on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), 81 percent of participants believe that AI would improve the future of cybersecurity while only 3 percent disagree. The remaining 16 percent stated that they were uncertain. Due to how innovative AI has become over the past few years, it is reasonable that the survey generated such a result. The question is, how does the aspect of machine intelligence provide benefits to the company and what objectives and initiatives must the developer, analyst and decision maker establish to enable those types of AI to benefit the security of the cyber age?
The Microsoft Vice-President of Cybersecurity Solutions Group, Ann Johnson, told the RTE News during a meeting in Dublin that she sees about six and a half trillion cyber threats that Microsoft receive every day. She also mentioned that the