To fully embrace the power of the cognitive era, security professionals must understand the capabilities and limitations of artificial intelligence.
IT teams are beginning to adopt cognitive security solutions to enable their analysts to make connections and drive innovation in the cybersecurity space.
Watson proved to be a fast learner during its test run in the Smarttech SOC, eventually becoming a trusted adviser to the team's analysts.
With IBM's Cognitive SOC and Watson for Cyber Security, analysts can detect and respond to incidents that traditional threat intelligence platforms miss.
As we continue our transformation into a digital world, IT leaders must find ways to resolve disconnects related to communication, policy, tools and more.
New capabilities such as artificial intelligence and voice control make it easier to interact with our devices, but they also introduce security concerns.
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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.