ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CYBERSECURITY
Keywords:Cyber security, Cyber-attacks, Artificial Intelligence
Cybersecurity is the process of protecting computer networks from cyber attacks or unintended unauthorized access. It is the need of the hour. Organizations, businesses, and governments need cybersecurity solutions because cyber criminals pose a threat to everyone. Artificial intelligence promises to be a great solution for this. By combining the strength of artificial intelligence with cybersecurity, security experts are more capable to defend vulnerable networks and data from cyber attackers. This paper provides an introduction to the use of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity.
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