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How continuous rise of Artificial Intelligence is changing the world?

AI is proving to be one of the significant game-changers in the business world. As more and more organizations are going digital, many of them are engineering new ways to implement AI-based functions into every platform or software tool in their possession.

Expectedly cybersecurity industry is also implementing AI-based platforms and tools to accelerate their performance. As a natural result, cybercriminals are also fashioning out new ways to attack organizations.

AI is evolving the cybersecurity landscape, and through this article, you will get to know how?

Is AI the future of cybersecurity? 

Yes, undoubtedly yes! Perhaps AI is nearly the future of every industry, leave alone the cybersecurity industry. According to CyberCrime magazine, $10.5 trillion will be the cost the world will pay for cybercrimes by 2025. According to Statista, 2021 alone witnessed 68% AI-enabled cyberattacks. As per the survey, in the near future, AI can be used to enhance ransomware attacks which could put a lot of danger on the security of many companies. 

The numbers mentioned above clearly state that cybercriminals are not going to set back from achieving their malicious goals; instead, cybersecurity professionals have to whisk their strategies. Cybercriminals are using AI to evolve their strategies to attack more effectively at a rapid pace. As a result, many companies have to use AI as a part of their cybersecurity strategies.

More and more cyber resilience strategies are adopting AI; subsequently, it has become vital for business leaders to leverage agile protection in this dynamic threat landscape. Innovations like Cybergraph are promising evidence that AI will offer favorable value to cybersecurity. Along with it,  will be needed. 

AI is here to stay, and it will remain for long. However, it is not a silver bullet, but it will surely reshape the future of cybersecurity.

How to fight against AI-driven cyber-attacks? 

In many regions worldwide, especially the MEA area, many businesses are using AI surveillance. Fighting against AI-driven cyber-attacks can be the next big step to play your defense. Here are a few thoughts that you can consider.

  • Employ managed threat hunting services  

Threat hunting services include the practice of proactively looking for the cyber threats that may be lurking undetected in the network. A powerful data analysis and MI sift through huge amounts of information in order to detect potential threats. Threat hunting services are really effective for fighting against AI-powered cybercrimes. 

  • It is important to know your code 

It is crucial to analyze the software code for bugs, behavioral anomalies, and malware; therefore, running regular scans is not enough. The cybercriminals will use the previously unknown tools and techniques to ensure they crack the code. Therefore, understanding the risks inside the code is important.

  • Look for the patterns 

To fight against AI, using AI. While monitoring your logs, use Machine learning security log analysis to search for the patterns. Looking for the patterns will give you protective measures that you can incorporate into the security strategies.

Wrapping it up!  

Advancements in AI have led to the production of much smarter and intelligent security systems. By enabling Machine learning, many of these security systems can exceptionally benefit the cybersecurity industry.

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