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Palo Alto Networks XSIAM Platform Uses AI to Thwart Threats

Security Boulevard

Palo Alto Networks this week launched a cybersecurity platform that was developed from the ground up to take advantage of advances in artificial intelligence (AI).

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Palo Alto Networks Adds Identity Module to Integrated SOC Platform

Security Boulevard

Palo Alto Networks this week revealed it added a threat detection and response module to its Cortex extended security intelligence and automation management (XSIAM) platform that uses machine learning algorithms to surface anomalous activity based on identity and user behavior.


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AI in Cybersecurity: White And Dark Sides


Some people believe that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to amplify our natural human intelligence, as long as it remains in good hands. Artificial intelligence is progressing at a rapid pace and we often associate it with science fiction movies where we see robots performing human-like tasks.

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Demand, CyberInsurance, and Automation/AI Are the Future of InfoSec

Daniel Miessler

At some point, there will be a crossover between the increased demand for trained cybersecurity people and the rising efficiency of security technologies and security automation—assisted by more artificial intelligence. Notifications to Humans When Automation Won’t Work (Prioritized Curation).

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CSC Research Finds Third Parties Continue to Lay Groundwork for Malicious Activity Among Thousands of COVID-Related Domains

CyberSecurity Insiders

DomainSec is the first of its kind to deliver a holistic approach for securing and defending brands’ domain portfolio ecosystems. It uses proprietary technology combined with machine learning, artificial intelligence, and clustering technology to generate invaluable security insights to help thwart brand abuse and cybersecurity incidents.

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AI/ML and Digital Security

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

Sixty-four percent of the more than 1,200 senior security executives from around the world, whom we surveyed for the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report (DTR), believe artificial intelligence (AI) “increases data security by recognizing and alerting on attacks,” while 43% believe AI “results in increased threats due to use as a hacking tool.”.

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IDS & IPS Remain Important Even as Other Tools Add IDPS Features

eSecurity Planet

These solutions can, like antivirus software, use signature-based technology to identify known malware attacks, but many new IDS and IPS also incorporate anomaly-based algorithms often boosted by artificial intelligence (AI). Intrusion detection system (IDS) solutions passively monitor activity and send alerts to a security team.

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