Connecting all of the Dots
A recent study1 by Information Risk Management points out that 86 percent of enterprises will be impacted by AI (Artificial Intelligence) in the next five years. One of those impacts will be in cybersecurity defenses. As the volume of cyberattacks grows, security analysts have become overwhelmed. With more security related data collected and more tools in the market, more alerts are generated every day, which is known as the “alert fatigue” problem. On the other hand, the industry lacks enough trained security analysts to process such alerts. AI and its component, Machine Learning (ML) can help automate laborious tasks like threat hunting, threat evaluation, and threat response, thereby relieving the burden on analysts who are awash in alerts.