There’s no such thing as a “small” data breach — any time cybercriminals gain access to your systems, the results can be catastrophic. Those responsible for maintaining a company’s technology and information infrastructure need to keep sensitive data as safe and secure as possible. Unfortunately, criminals are always on the attack, with their methods ranging from sophisticated hacking of your firewall to simply fooling employees into giving up their passwords.
With so many threats looming and the stakes so high, cybersecurity professionals need a solution that can be on guard 24/7. Fortunately, artificial intelligence offers just that. When integrated into your security platform, AI gives you the ability to react and respond to each threat automatically. It adapts to each attempt and learns from them so weak spots can be shored up without any intervention from a person. For example, AI can detect phishing schemes and redirect suspicious emails away from employees’ inboxes before they have a chance to see them. Attempts to break through your firewall can be intercepted right away and blocked while you have an opportunity to determine whether or not it’s legitimate. Implementing security that uses AI can protect your business’s financial information in a number of ways. For more information, take a look at the accompanying resource.
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Financial Solutions, an SEC filing software company