Security talent is hard to find and enterprises are falling over each other to hire people to defend their infrastructure, applications and data.
Meanwhile, universities are adding cybersecurity programs, but not a pace that'll make much of a dent into the talent shortage.
Can artificial intelligence and automation help the security cause?
Most likely. The security intersection between artificial intelligence, automation and the labor pool will be front and center at the Structure Security conference kicking off next Tuesday, Sept. 27. I'm moderating a talk with Jay Leek, Chief Information Security Officer at Blackstone, the massive private equity firm.