Trend Micro is using NVIDIA technology to create new AI cybersecurity tools designed to protect data centres, the company said on Sunday (2 June).

The tools will be used to detect intruders and make sure that the data is only viewable by authorised parties.

Data centres store massive amounts of sensitive and valuable data, including personal information, intellectual property and business-critical information.

This makes them prime targets for cybercriminals seeking to steal, ransom or exploit this information.

The tools, which Trend Micro is set to demo at Computex 2024 in Taiwan, will be able to run Nvidia’s state-of-the-art chips.

“While many in the industry are claiming advancements in AI security, we are out showing business-critical use cases,” said Trend Micro CEO Eva Chen.

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The Cloud Security Alliance and Google Cloud surveyed 2,486 IT professionals to take the temperature of the industry about using AI in cybersecurity.

Around 63% believe that AI will help them improve threat detection and mitigation.

However, 31% see AI as helping the enterprise and the cybercriminals looking to breach it equally. In addition, 25% think that bad actors will get more benefits from AI than the organisations they attack.

The global cybersecurity market will be worth $290bn by 2027, having grown at a compound annual growth rate of 13% between 2022 and 2027, according to GlobalData forecasts.