Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Artificial Intelligence in Cloud Security to Detect Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are growing in number every year and are causing damage to organizations and individuals worldwide. With the increasing number of cyber attacks, the developing severity of these attacks is also a matter of concern.

Cloud Security transforming many industries in the way how they handle data, applications, security, and workloads. Gartner predicts enterprises are going spend a considerable portion of their cloud security budget to detect cyber attacks than just prevention alone.

2017 is the year know for a number of data breaches and ransomware attacks which shifts the growth of the cloud security. Cybersecurity revolves around three themes enhancing incident response, better incident detection, and how these scenarios impact your business.

StegoSOC helps to drive this disruption and innovation by automating threat detection and by transfer threat context and analytics to support investigation and remedy. In short, your CSO is delivered.

With the integration of the big data and AI which is called as datacenter 3.0 could detect cyber attacks quickly when compared to the native technologies.

Also Read Cloud Computing Penetration Testing Checklist & Important Considerations

AI works faster than humans in a learning attack patterns, to analyze the massive data and identify the anomalies faster than humans.

The Blockchain Technology has since been explored by different sectors and it’s now being looked at seriously as a cybersecurity tool. DARPA is implementing blockchain to protect all sensitive documents.

DNS infrastructure will be better protected thru blockchain implementation. Sensitive data can be better handled with blockchain. Keyless authentication is a reality with blockchain.

This is the intent of new cyber laws like GDPR. Department of Financial Regulations NY. Every other country, including, China and India, implementing cyber regulations, Pl note it is not compliance. It is cyber-regulation.

This is clear signal how vital this is going to be for enterprises who hold customer data and how it has to be handled.

In 2018 enterprises are going to gear up to meet a lot of these regulations. 2018 is going to be a tough and challenging year from cybersecurity point of view.


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