Human-Machine Fusion Seen as Key to Cyber Defense

Software and flesh-and-blood humans are both important when it comes to protecting an institution, panelists say.


They may sometimes be uncomfortable bedfellows, but using the skills of both man and machine can be a powerful combination for firms looking to safeguard their businesses from cyberattack and other risks.

In addition, experts say, more nuanced use of data can plug some gaps in defenses that might otherwise require increasingly rare, and expensive, domain expertise.

Louis Rosato, director, investment operations, global business strategy, and relationship management at BlackRock, said ensuring

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