More Data Does Not Equate to Better Security

More Data Does Not Equate to Better Security

The reason you often hear people say, "quality over quantity" is because, generally, it’s true. An organization could own every security tool known to mankind, each kicking out truck loads of data, but this does not necessarily mean that these organizations are well protected against security threats and attacks.

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Artificial Intelligence Saccades in Cybersecurity

Artificial Intelligence Saccades in Cybersecurity

The human perceptual systems are pretty darned amazing. Without our conscious control the brain acts to gather the information needed to construct and mold our perception of reality.

Consider our vision. When something first catches our eyes our brains begin to try and figure out what it is we are seeing. Unconsciously our brain starts jerking our eyes about to gather the information needed to correctly classify that something. This is known as "saccadic eye movement" or "eye saccades".

When we first see a face, our motor cortex takes control over our eyes in order to collect up corroboratory information. Basically, our brain says, "If this is a face, I should see a nose here, an eye here, another eye over here, and a mouth here." Each time the eyes jerk from one location to another, they are collecting information that can confirm or nullify that you are looking at a face.

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