An interesting perspective:
Most companies do not want to worry about security. They just want to do business. But in a hostile world, no one can take security lightly. For those industries that include healthcare, finance, government and pharma where security is a high priority, there may be only one security vendor capable of checking all the boxes, and that is IBM. This is not a self promotion, they have a different perspective to many organisations around the world - with the Open Cybersecurity Alliance the key here is collaboration and the sharing of information to the security community. However, I do not that IBM openly collaborates and shares intelligence information with many organisations and vendors around the world.
I am sure many vendors will have their own perspectives.
@wimremesThis is a bit old now back in 2018 etc:
HI @wimremes The latest I can give you is: The Cost of a Data Breach Report 2022:
You can download the entire report and read it for yourself:
"Security artificial intelligence (AI), when fully deployed, provided the biggest cost mitigation, with the average breach costing up to USD 3.05 million less at organisations with it than organisations without it."
I'd be happy to sit through a demo of how Watson AI contributes to these goals if given the opportunity.
@wimremesHere is another link, which has a built demonstration, which you may find useful?
I think it will demonstrate what I have been talking about, just reach out if you want more.