Do you know Artificial Intelligence is half of war and peace in cybersecurity?
When you are in the cybersecurity field, you must have to be updated!! Here you go with…
- Are you updated with cybercrime intelligence?
- Is AI is bliss or curse in Cyber
- Impact of AI in cyber for future
Let’s hash it out.
Cybercrime + Artificial Intelligence = Cybercrime Intelligence.
Cybersecurity and AI can be used together to avoid cybercrime. Sharing knowledge, know-how, and updates to enhance the fight against cybercrime. Cyber intelligence involves collecting information on cybercrime from a wide array of public, private, and open sources, and then processing and analyzing that information, or a set of capabilities that allows organizations to detect, predict and respond to cyber threats in real-time using machine and deep learning.
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.”
AI is bliss or curse in Cybersecurity
On one hand, using AI for cybersecurity enables organizations to understand and reuse threat patterns to identify new threats. This leads to an overall reduction in time and effort to identify incidents, investigate them, and remediate threats.
Artificial intelligence-based cybersecurity solutions are designed to work around the clock to protect you.AI can respond in milliseconds to cyberattacks that would take minutes, hours, days, or even months it would take humans to identify.
On the other hand, one of the less-acknowledged risks of artificial intelligence in cybersecurity concerns the human element of complacency. If your organization adopts AI and machine learning as part of its cybersecurity strategy, there’s a risk that your employees may be more willing to lower their guard. We don’t need to re-state the dangers of complacent and unaware employees as we’ve already talked about the importance of cybersecurity awareness many times.
How will Artificial Intelligence impact the future of cybercrime ?
AI can be taught to spot malware and viruses, for instance. Over time, it can become faster than humans at spotting cyber threats to your systems through automated threat detection. On average, AI implementations have been found to reduce the average cost of an organization’s data breach scenario by $230,000.
Many firms have already begun exploring how AI in cybersecurity can help mitigate these risks. AI in cybersecurity adoption rates is on the rise. Security departments in organizations should identify where deploying AI in cybersecurity can bring the most value and then establish appropriate goals.
“It’s going to be interesting to see how society deals with artificial intelligence, but it will definitely be cool.” —Colin Angle