We have written about the Cybersecurity space off and on since 2017 and the one constant over that period is that corporations (and many individuals), do not give cybersecurity enough thought.
For example, I do like the fact that many companies have adopted Apple Pay, G-Pay, Samsung Pay and the like as paying with these services is far more secure than entering credit card information into a Website. However, processes such as emailing purchase confirmations, receiving shipping updates via text, to say nothing of securing customer data (the last point includes more than text-based customer data, see Amazon Ring employees spied on customers) is fraught with security holes.
While AI / machine learning provides the underpinnings to various Cybersecurity offerings including those embedded in cloud platforms such as AWS, Azure and GCP, the gating factor to Cybersecurity adoption across the Enterprise is the fact that there are only approximately 250,000-300,000 Cybersecurity professionals globally (per Amazon CISO Steve Schmidt). Thus, the lack of human expertise as it relates to cybersecurity adoption is a problem that AI can’t solve. It will be easier to solve for back-end processes and various workflows as more work transitions from manual workflows to digital, namely workflows that are Blockchain-native.
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