Cybercrime is always evolving, and as technology becomes more advanced, so too do the tactics employed by cybercriminals around the globe.
Today’s attackers often carry out attacks with the help of artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, which can enhance both their sophistication and speed. Fortunately, cybercriminals are not the only ones utilizing automated processes.
As attacks have grown in complexity, the need for defenders to employ effective automation has also increased, and cybersecurity teams have sought to respond accordingly by investing in tools that help eliminate the manual work associated with incident detection, analysis, and response.
Read the complete article by Carolyn Crandall, Attivo Networks Chief Deception Officer, in American Security Today.