As cyberattacks grow in volume and complexity, artificial intelligence (AI) is helping under-resourced security operations analysts stay ahead of threats. Curating threat intelligence from millions of research papers, blogs and news stories, AI technologies like machine learning and natural language processing provide rapid insights to cut through the noise of daily alerts, drastically reducing response times. Watch the video to see how AI helps analysts connect the dots between threats.
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AI improves its knowledge to “understand” cybersecurity threats and cyber risk by consuming billions of data artifacts.
AI analyzes relationships between threats like malicious files, suspicious IP addresses or insiders in seconds or minutes.
AI provides curated risk analysis, reducing the time security analysts take to make critical decisions and remediate threats.
Cognitive security combines the strengths of AI and human intelligence. Cognitive computing with Watson® for Cyber Security offers an advanced type of artificial intelligence, leveraging various forms of AI, including machine-learning algorithms and deep-learning networks, that get stronger and smarter over time. Watch the video to see how IBM Security™ QRadar® Advisor with Watson® helps you get a head start in assessing incidents to reduce your cyber risk.
The rise in remote work trends and interconnectivity of endpoints comes with its own set of cybersecurity challenges. To combat these, there is a need for a modern, AI-driven endpoint response and detection tool that can proactively block and isolate malware and ransomware threats and propel endpoint security into a zero-trust world.
Leverage the power of cognitive AI to automatically investigate indicators of compromise and gain critical insights. QRadar consolidates log events and network flow data from thousands of devices, endpoints and applications, correlating them into single alerts — so you can accelerate incident analysis and remediation.
Orchestrate and automate hundreds of time-consuming, repetitive and complicated response actions that previously required human intervention. The open and agnostic platform integrates with your security infrastructure and establishes a central hub for managing your response playbook with speed and agility.
Get cognitive insights, contextual analytics and benchmarking to make sense of security events — while protecting your endpoints, users, apps, docs and data from one platform. Discover endpoint vulnerabilities, protect corporate data and uphold compliance, with containment plus identity and patch management from the industry's first and only AI approach to UEM.
Use autonomous AI threat detection and threat hunting capabilities to ensure business continuity by blocking ransomware and zero-day attacks. Deploy the cyber assistant, an AI-powered alert management system that helps combat alert fatigue within security teams, reduces analyst workloads, and cuts down on false positives, saving valuable time.
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