Quantum computing promises to overhaul the information security industry. How can security teams compete with machines capable of decoding any encryption?
You've heard the buzz words "Watson" and "cognitive" floating like fireflies on a summer night. Watson is changing the future, one small step at a time.
The cybersecurity skills gap persists, but organizations and higher education institutions are taking steps to remedy the issue.
The future of the travel and hospitality industry could lie in cognitive computing security, but there are numerous challenges to first address.
Cognitive systems will improve our security expertise by making it easy to query and provide fast results in an understandable form.
Cognitive computing systems have advanced at a remarkable rate in recent years and are able to contribute tremendously to cybersecurity today.
For decades, we’ve programmed computers to recognize viruses, malware and exploits. We continuously tune them to become more accurate, but it’s not enough to keep up with todays’ adversaries. What organizations need is the ability to...
IBM is introducing a cloud-based version of its cognitive security analytics solution that uses core Watson technology trained in the language of security.
IBM Cognitive Security may be able to reshape many issues surrounding the energy industry, infrastructure protection and predictive analysis.