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Trend Micro uses Nvidia software technologies for their AI cybersecurity offering.

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Trend Micro announced on Sunday that it is collaborating with Nvidia to develop new cybersecurity tools that leverage artificial intelligence and are intended to secure data centers where AI development takes place.
The technologies, which Trend Micro planned to demonstrate at the Computex conference in Taiwan beginning on Sunday, will be able to run on Nvidia chips and are intended to detect intruders and ensure that data is only viewed by those allowed to use it.

Many firms are training AI systems to assist staff with duties such as answering HR questions and supporting customer care representatives. However, in order to do so, organizations frequently consolidate data from several areas of their operations into a single location, making the system an appealing target for hackers.
“They work their way into the enterprise, and they find this massive honeypot of information,” Trend Micro Chief Operating Officer Kevin Simzer told reporters.
Trend Micro will concentrate on preventing hackers from intercepting data given to AI systems, in addition to detecting intruders. Users interact with most current chatbots by asking them questions, which can often contain sensitive information, such as confidential corporate secrets or private consumer data.
“They’re often narrowing the scope of a chatbot’s responses by giving some very, very specific information,” Simzer explained about the use of AI questions. “That’s what we’re going to be looking for and making sure we see it first so we can make sure it doesn’t go any further” than the people and applications permitted to access it, Simzer said.


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