The Rise of AI
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly evolving, but when it comes to cybersecurity, innovation can lead to advanced threats. With proactive measures, you can implement automated systems of your own to stop cyberattacks before they begin.
Let’s take a look at key AI concerns for cybersecurity, as well as advanced tools to thwart attack.
The Rise of AI in Cybersecurity
What’s more concerning than malware? Artificially intelligent malware.
In the hands of hackers, AI-driven malware can infect devices faster than ever before, becoming
harder to detect, targeting more victims and creating more convincing phishing attacks.
Weak application security creates an entry point for hackers to infiltrate.
Cybercriminals use AI to hide malicious codes within applications, sometimes programing the attack to execute well after the app has been installed. Malicious codes can be present for years before they strike.
Advanced threats require advanced security.
Expanded attack surface
Through hybrid work, employees are spread across distant locations and often access the cloud on their personal devices. This widens the surface area for cyberattack. AI creates an even more evolved threat landscape, expanding what devices and machines can be used to infiltrate systems.
Artificial intelligence is always evolving. While the benefits include enhanced threat detection, there are two sides to that coin. Cybercriminals are constantly learning from existing AI tools to develop more advanced attacks and improve their malware. Security must constantly evolve as well.
Advanced threats require advanced security
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Automated software is vital to your cybersecurity. With our full catalogue of enterprise security software, you’ll find solutions to protect every part of your IT environment, including:
Keep your organisation’s
devices safe from cyberthreats
and malware — wherever
your teams use them.
Unlock tools such as firewalls, encryption and filtering to make it harder for bad actors to gain entry to your internal systems.
Minimise the risk of threats, breaches and code hijacking.
Enforce appropriate access
to critical systems for your
workforce and customers alike.
Identity & access management:
Unlock tools such as firewalls, encryption and filtering to make
it harder for bad actors to gain
entry to your internal systems.
Identity & access management