Category: Artificial Intelligence

The Rise of Next Generation Security Operation Center (NG-SOC)

The year 2017 has been dominated by the worst cyber-attacks and high profile data breaches. Just to give an example,

Consumer credit score company Equifax has revealed that hackers accessed up to 143 million customer account details earlier this year. The data breach happened on July 29 and the details taken include names, social security numbers, drivers’ licenses, and credit card numbers of around 200,000 people Continue reading “The Rise of Next Generation Security Operation Center (NG-SOC)”

Risk Management Using Artificial Intelligence

When we go through the pages of history, we can easily make out, the economic activities have a substantial risk, and management of these risks is essentially safeguarding the impact on the society and human life. In this era of digitization, businesses have relied more and more on the digital information. Protecting digital information from the risk of compromise, accidental exposure and/or intentional damage has become the prime responsibility of businesses. Continue reading “Risk Management Using Artificial Intelligence”

Key Benefits of Cognitive Security

Security threats are growing in volumes and sophistication. Despite the implementation of best of breed detective and preventive controls from edge to endpoints, attackers can get into the organization’s network to steal information or hold organizations data hostage for ransom. Like latest ransomware attack impacted over 200 countries.

In this age of IoT, BYOD and social networking – monitoring, analyzing and identifying the subtle signs of the security breaches are like finding a needle in a haystack at dark night. A scarcity of trained security resources makes the problem more difficult. Continue reading “Key Benefits of Cognitive Security”

Artificial Intelligence and Changing Face of Cybersecurity

The cybersecurity attacks are evolved from wild predator-prey chase to well-designed targeted attacks which are creating significant financial and reputational damages to businesses and government.

Identification of these attacks is becoming very difficult for the cybersecurity defense teams as the signs of these attacks are very subtle. Hacker are using disruptive technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning to plan and launch these attacks. Continue reading “Artificial Intelligence and Changing Face of Cybersecurity”

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