As threats are constantly evolving and organizations of all sizes are under constant attack, many are turning to AI and automation to help protect their systems and data.

But available tools and buzzing words are expanding almost as fast as threats, and with it advertising and marketing notes.

ComputerDelta’s research unit spoke with hundreds of independent European end users of AI security tools to find out how well these products work, how easy they are to use and integrate, and what hidden costs there may be, among other factors.

In this video, taken from the 2021 Cybersecurity Festival, ComputerJohn Leonard, the research director, explains market trends and how respondents ranked their instruments.

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