Cybersecurity- To gain more significance
Cybercrime is not only something that threatens the technology circle; it also disturbs every common man’s life. The WannaCry ransomware attack in May stands a proof for this statement. It infected 400,000 machines in 150 countries; with 47 NHS organizations affected in the UK and delayed the operations up and down the country. The cybercrime for the year did not just stop with that. Within few weeks, revealed an other data breach. Equifax- a credit- reference agency disclosed that private details of more than 100 million customers were leaked.
Cybercriminals are using robust methods to exploit the flaws within an organization. As a result of all these, privacy and data protection will be the center point in coming years. 2018 will have new security trends and it is necessary for companies to cope up with those trends which will allow them to pick the most productive cyber security solutions that can protect their merit.
Progressing towards solutions instead of products will help to achieve the goal. It is the time for video analytics rebirth due to the increase in advancement within that space. To protect our personal data from breaches, it is essential to understand the similarity between privacy and security and it is also important to inform customers about data breaching.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) will surely play a major role in cybersecurity. As deploying Machine Learning models that can anticipate and precisely identify attacks and later prevent those attacks will be an asset to any organization.
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