Security analysts can train intelligent intrusion detection systems to distinguish between normal and malicious traffic by creating generic data sets.
Cognitive security solutions dig through structured and unstructured data to deliver deep insights and patterns and empower CISOs to make better decisions.
Supervised machine learning can free up security analysts to respond to actual threats instead of sifting through endless streams of false positives.
User behavior analytics are great for identifying and monitoring cyberthreats, but not for defending or recovering critical assets.
IT teams face a security landscape that is, like the Borg in "Star Trek," persistent and technologically superior. Cognitive security is IT's best hope.
IBM Security brought home multiple prestigious awards, hosted well-attended events and continued to grow in the U.K. and Europe in 2016.
Two researchers performed an experiment based on billions of log lines that demonstrated the importance of domain expertise in machine learning analysis.
AI2 uses an "analyst-in-the-loop" system to improve itself and a "human-in-the-loop" system to create examples to be used in iterative training algorithms.
IBM is working to help companies address the challenges they face when adopting a more proactive approach to incident response.
Augmented intelligence solutions enable security analysts to examine previously unthinkable amounts of data with the helps of cognitive technology.