IBM addresses cyber security gaps by training Watson, the company’s cognitive technology, in “learning the nuances of security research findings and discovering patterns and evidence of hidden cyber attacks and threats that could otherwise be missed.” IBM is set to collaborate with universities in this endeavor.
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IBM’s Chief Watson Security Architect Jeb Linton demonstrating to University of Maryland Baltimore County student Lisa Mathews how to teach IBM’s Watson the language of security, Tuesday, May 10, 2016, Baltimore, MD. IBM will work with 8 universities to train Watson for Cyber Security, so that the next generation of security professionals can leverage the power of “cognitive” technology to defend against cyberattacks. (Mitro Hood/Feature Photo Service for IBM)