“Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) make coming malware more destructive and evasive. Organisations should review their cyber security measures and catch up with the latest security solutions to leverage AI and ML instead of being victimised by the technologies.”. Cyber-attacks, enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning, have become noticeably more advanced, complexed, and evasive in the past year. With traditional rule- and pattern-based security rendered ineffective and 5G networks enhancing speed of attacks, incidents are inevitable. Aiming for timely responses and business continuity, security professionals are exploring the latest countermeasures, with focuses on multi-layer defense, security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR), user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA), and resiliency. Heightened security awareness, regulatory requirements and high-profile incidents have escalated cybersecurity to the board level, which is a welcomed success for the security community. Nonetheless, masterfully securing adequate investments and quantifying investment returns remain work-in-progress for most.
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