Cyber AI in the Cloud - Securing New Computing Models, Applications, Users, and Devices
An essential conduit for digital transformation projects, the migration to the cloud is here to stay. Yet the reality is that digital environments can often be a security blind spot for organizations who struggle with limited visibility and control, especially as their existing tools are often inapplicable. With the unique ability to detect and autonomously respond to subtle, novel threats across the cloud and beyond, hundreds of organizations are turning to AI technologies for the answer. In this white paper from Darktrace, explore why current approaches leave organizations with conspicuous security gaps and how AI can be leveraged to fight back against all threat types, from insider threat to data exfiltration.
Artificial Intelligence: Competitor or Partner?
Once the province of science fiction, artificial intelligence (AI) is fast becoming a reality. Companies are turning to AI technologies for a multitude of functions, from adaptable smartphone assistants to self-parking automobiles to life-saving medical equipment. As is true of most technological advances, AI’s business appeal boils down to three major goals: streamlining operations, improving productivity, and enhancing the bottom line. But applying AI to these goals in any substantive way is easier said than done, because organizational talent capable of leverage AI technologies lags behind the technologies themselves.