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Where can you see AI technologies making the biggest impact at your organization?

I think AI will provide tremendous value in terms of vulnerability management as we start looking at larger fluid enterprises—meaning cloud-based ones that are restocked on a regular basis and expanding and contracting constantly—that truly can derive value. And even if there wasn’t a skill shortage, there's not enough daily processing power in human bodies to get to the same level of granularity. So I'm a huge advocate for figuring out how to do this properly. And if it’s done properly, then I will use it anywhere I can get it.

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I think AI will provide tremendous value in terms of vulnerability management as we start looking at larger fluid enterprises—meaning cloud-based ones that are restocked on a regular basis and expanding and contracting constantly—that truly can derive value. And even if there wasn’t a skill shortage, there's not enough daily processing power in human bodies to get to the same level of granularity. So I'm a huge advocate for figuring out how to do this properly. And if it’s done properly, then I will use it anywhere I can get it.
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I'm all for AI I can throw a security policy at, so that I don't have to read them all. If it can tell me whether or not it's PCI compliant, I don't have to do that anymore.
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We've got to go address the labor shortage problem. That's not going away, and the only way in which we can get close to solving that labor issue is by first doing a better job of reducing vulnerabilities and making better risk decisions. That will take a cut of it. Then the other part will be making it easier for the risk decision-makers—making it easier for the System and Organization Controls (SOC) to not have to add 25 people because the machine can carry the weight.
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