Security company Trend Micro recently conducted a new survey that reveals that more than two-fifths (41%) of IT leaders believe that AI will replace their role by 2030.
Her forecast report, Turning the Tide, predicts that remote and cloud-based systems will be relentlessly targeted in 2021. The survey was collected from interviews with 500 IT managers, CIOs and CTOs.
Only 9% of respondents were convinced that artificial intelligence would not replace their work within the next decade. In fact, almost a third (32%) said they believed the technology would automate full security in cyberspace, with the need for human intervention going to a minimum.
Nearly one in five (19%) believe that attackers will use AI to strengthen their arsenal by 2025.
In the short term, respondents also predicted that the following results would have occurred by 2025. They also predict that most organizations will have significantly reduced real estate investment as the remote work will become the rule (22%).
The 5G will have completely transformed network infrastructure and security (21%) and security will be self-managed and automated using AI (15%).
Bharat Mistry, technical director of Trend Micro, said: "We have to be realistic about the future. While artificial intelligence is a useful one tool that will help us defend our networks against threats, its value can only be exploited in combination with human experience. ”
Cybercriminals will continue to go where the money is - looking for the biggest financial yields at attacks their. Security agencies and teams need to remain flexible and vigilant to deal with Criminals.
Technology leaders believe that within a decade, automation will eliminate many roles, but this should not be a concern as IT evolves and companies evolve to use automation to meet the challenges posed by skills shortages.
Source of information: zdnet.com