The next big thing has arrived – and it’s smarter than humans
Ex Machina—loosely translated from the Greek phrase “from machine”, or if you’re a film buff, a reminder of a movie where a programmer was invited to administer the Turing test to an intelligent humanoid robot. In both scenarios, our common denominator is machine. The fact is, automation and machine learning are now no longer just a vision – they are finally here to help us, especially for protecting high-value corporate assets from advanced cyberattacks.
With more assets at stake, achieving adequate protection can only be achieved through human and machine collaboration.
In the first half of 2018, more than 4.5 billion data records were compromised.. This begs the question: ‘What more can we do to stop these attacks?’
Machine learning-based security tools have emerged as being highly effective in protecting business from insider threats and advanced attacks. As a result, businesses are jumping onto this bandwagon, with large enterprise adoption rates 10 times higher than small businesses.
So, what is the big deal about machine learning?
Read this blog by Steve Wood, Vice President of Asia Pacific at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. In his role, Mr. Wood oversees Asia Pacific region and is the Chairman of Aruba Networks Advisory Board..
Everything can be hacked
Automate or pay for it
A productive yet secured environment
…. Technology is constantly evolving. Just because businesses have made the technological jump and adopted automation does not mean that they are spared from the perils of cybersecurity threats. Hackers are getting smarter and so should our systems.
Posted on February 13, 2019
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- ‘Everyone is spying on everyone’ – Expert’s warning over increase in cyber attacks