Will artificial intelligence mean the end of cyberthreats?

Cybersecurity has come a long way in the last twenty years.In the 90s, the predominant security model used to create secure operating systems was the “castle and moat” approach. Everything inside the firewall was trusted and anything outside it wasn’t trusted. But emerging internet services like email meant that things needed to get through the wall. This was the beginning of the antivirus era of cybersecurity, an era that we are still in. Antivirus works by identifying a threat, creating a signature, and distributing that signature so that every other computer with antivirus software installed can identify malware and defend against it. See also: Is cybersecurity for smart cities being dangerously underestimated? Though the cybersecurity model hasn’t changed much since the advent of antivirus software, that could be about to…


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