Artificial intelligence (AI) can and will be an enormous part of cyber crime prevention. AI can use machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics to identify new threats and even try to stop future attacks.
Cyber attacks are always becoming more and more sophisticated so it is important to continuously monitor attacks which can be done by AI.
For example, AI can monitor new users and try to find anomalies from “baseline” behaviors. Further, AI can learn patterns and establish norms for network behavior.
AI’s predictive capabilities are instrumental in proactive threat prevention. By analyzing past incidents and identifying patterns, AI can forecast potential future attacks, enabling organizations to reinforce or target their defenses in advance.
AI can also automate certain cybersecurity processes. For example, AI can perform repetitive tasks such as patch management and threat monitoring with more accuracy and speed.
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Article contributed by Anthony DiTaranto