Citi cyber chief says AI providing new weapons in hacking wars

Barron-DiCamillo also urges regulators to work with industry best practice, not against it

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Ann Barron-DiCamillo knows all about juggling private enterprise and the public interest. Today, she is global head of cyber security operations at Citi, but she previously worked for well over a decade in the official sector, latterly as director of the US computer emergency readiness team at the Department of Homeland Security, where she led a 24/7 operations center to monitor cyber threats and support incidence-response activities with government and critical industry partners.

In 2002

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