What could cybersecurity look like in the cognitive era? Organizations are facing a number of well-known security challenges, leading to gaps in intelligence, speed, and accuracy when it comes to threats and incidents. These gaps can’t be addressed by simply scaling up legacy processes and infrastructure – new approaches are needed, and cognitive security solutions may help address these gaps.
IBM conducted a survey of over 700 security professionals leaders and practitioners from 35 countries, representing 18 industries to get a sense for what challenges they are facing, how they are being addressed, and how they view cognitive security solutions as a potential powerful new tool.
View our on-demand webinar where Diana Kelley, Executive Security Advisor in IBM Security, and David Jarvis, Functional Research Lead for CIO and Cybersecurity in the IBM Institute for Business Value, discuss findings from the 2016 Cybersecurity Study “Cybersecurity in the Cognitive Era: Priming Your Digital Immune System.”
This webinar covers an overview of the study findings, including:
- Security challenges, shortcomings and what security leaders are doing about them
- Views on cognitive security solutions – how they might help, readiness to implement and what might be holding them back
- What those that are ready to implement cognitive enabled security today are thinking and doing