Cisco’s Plan for Keeping AI Systems Safe From Attack: Using AI – Bloomberg Law

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Cisco Systems Inc. is embracing a new approach to protecting artificial intelligence computing systems: using AI itself to keep them safe from attack.

The company, whose equipment serves as the backbone of computer networks, is introducing a service that relies on AI to automate security tasks, such as patching vulnerabilities, handling testing and deploying upgrades. It also can isolate an intrusion when it happens.

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins looks to better protect AI systems by automating more security tasks.

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Beefing up cybersecurity is more important than ever as data centers refocus their computing power on developing and running AI models, according to Cisco Chief Executive Officer -bsp-person state=”{“_id”:”0000018e-f08a-d583-afbf-f2dee5240000″,”_type”:”00000160-6f41-dae1-adf0-6ff519590003″}”>Chuck Robbins.

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