AI: The Need of the Hour in the Security Industry
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AI: The Need of the Hour in the Security Industry

By Capital Markets CIO Outlook | Tuesday, June 18, 2019

AI is becoming strategically crucial in the security industry, and leveraging AI tools can give enterprises an upper hand in managing security breaches.

FREMONT, CA: Artificial Intelligence(AI) in the security industry is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years, according to a report by Market Research Engine AI, specifically in the security segment, is projected to exceed $35 billion by 2024. AI and security, in many ways, are made for each other.

With the advancements in AI, companies have started to use it as a powerful weapon against acute cyber attacks and trespasses. AI allows them to automate the detection of threat and combat even without the involvement of the humans and to power the firm’s data to stay more safeguarded than ever. Since AI is entirely machine language driven, it assures companies complete error-free cyber-security services, and enterprises have also, started to utilize more resources than ever for boosting AI driven technologies.

To harness AI to its fullest, collaborating it with the right security-intelligence personnel is necessary against all the types of security breaches. Sophisticated hackers know how to trigger the right attacks, leaving the company’s cyber cell no clues about what happened where AI comes to rescue. AI allows the defenders to protect and stay active even against a series of attacks.

The area of password protection and authenticity detection systems is also affected by AI. Since passwords are much vulnerable, AI is deployed a lot over this section, such as biometric logins. AI is leveraged for the detection of physical features like fingerprints, retina scans, to site a few making the system more safe and secure than ever.

AI is adding values to the security sectors of the corporations and individuals. To give AI more authority in the future for security purposes, firms need to stay sure that AI stays within the right hands as it can gain power in the wrong hands too.

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