Artificial Intelligence to combat Cyber Attacks!


Endpoint Security company Endgame has designed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) software to help combat Cyber Attacks. Known as Artemis, the AI software will process techniques that foresee priorities for cybersecurity units and detect patterns to manage malicious behavior in time and before the analyst could find about it.

Endgame describes this cyber attacks combating AI as ‘SIRI for Security’ and says that it has the potential to train inexperienced analysts to define query programs capable of screening data without returning search results pertaining to extraneous info.

As the key to combat cyber threats lies in responding precisely in a timely manner, frontline security professionals may lack these skills.

But Artemis fends this void security vacuum by offering intelligent assistance to build and automate security operations for analysts and eventually helps in guiding users to detect and respond to advanced attacks.

The other highlight of Artemis is that it has the capabilities to launch investigations against all data collected from monitored endpoints to deliver simplified user experience via a conversational interface.  Thus, security analysts can achieve more with lesser actions with this interface.

In general, security teams lack two basics skills to combat cyber attacks
1.) they lack resources to stop attacks which are in progress
2.) They lack automated solutions to unveil malicious activity in time to prevent data theft

But, Endgame’s Artemis helps in dealing with these situations with ease. First, it assists in automatically sieving millions of data points to provide intelligent decisions. Then it offers analytic depth to security teams over malicious activity across all endpoints and eliminated threats in a timely manner to stop further damage and loss.

Endgame has made it official that it will display the capabilities of Artemis at the RSA Conference which will be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco between February 13th  – February 17th,2017.

Hewlett-Packard, Accenture, and ATD will be backing this product of Endpoint from a business point of view.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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