Don’t get distracted by the shiny cyber machines

What will best-practice cybersecurity and risk management look like in 2020? Two themes kept emerging at the inaugural SINET61 cyber innovation conference in Sydney this week. “A strong capability around threat intelligence”, said Steve Glynn, chief information security officer (CISO) at ANZ Bank. It’ll be about building an understanding of the threat actors, what they’re trying to achieve, and what techniques will be needed to defeat them. Latest Australian news Threat intelligence was one of the hyper-repeated buzz phrases at SINET61. John Haig, head of security, risk and compliance at Dun & Bradstreet, was one of many speakers who mentioned the other: machine learning. “Right at the minute we look at machine learning and deep learning and these kind of technologies, and we trust the human more than the machine,”…


Link to Full Article: Don’t get distracted by the shiny cyber machines