Redefining Cyber Security: AI & Remote Working
Security teams across the world are grappling with a very serious challenge. Recent global events have resulted in an explosion of collaboration tool adoption, and a momentous shift to the cloud.
This transition has exposed, and created, significant vulnerabilities in organisations’ digital environments and cyber-attackers have capitalised on this change – waging more sophisticated attacks on a greater scale over the past few months. New remote working practices and an increasingly dispersed workforce have opened up an enlarged attack surface to cyber-criminals, and it is apparent that AI is the only adequate defense against increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.
To keep pace with this rapidly evolving landscape while enabling and empowering businesses to continue innovating, business leaders find themselves undergoing a delicate balancing act; weighing up cyber resilience with operational efficiency and flexibility amongst a dynamic workforce.
How can organisations assess the specific vulnerabilities of distributed working and mitigate emerging threats?
How can Cyber AI help us to stay one step ahead of malevolent actors?
And how do we ensure that agility is no impediment to information security or business continuity?
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