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Ways Machine Learning Improves Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity systems can use MI to recognize patterns and learn from them in order to detect and prevent repeat attacks and adapt to changing behavior.
Fremont, CA: Deploying robust cybersecurity solutions today is impossible without heavily relying on machine learning. Simultaneously, it is difficult to use machine learning effectively without a thorough, rich, and complete approach to the data set.
Cybersecurity systems can use MI to recognize patterns and learn from them in order to detect and prevent repeat attacks and adapt to changing behavior. It can help cybersecurity teams be more proactive in preventing threats and responding to real-time attacks. It can assist businesses in making better use of their assets by reducing the amount of time spent on routine tasks.
Machine Learning in Cyber Security
ML can be used to improve security procedures and make it easier for security analysts to quickly discover, prioritize, deal with, and remediate new threats in order to better understand previous cyber-attacks and build appropriate defense measures.
The ability of machine learning in cyber security to simplify repetitive and time-consuming processes such as intelligence triage, network log analysis, malware detection, and vulnerability analysis is a significant benefit. By incorporating machine learning into the security workflow, businesses can complete tasks faster and respond to and remediate risks at a rate that would be impossible to achieve using only manual human capabilities. Customers can scale up or down without changing the number of people required by automating repetitive operations, lowering costs.
The term "AutoML" refers to the process of using machine learning to automate activities. AutoML refers to the automation of repetitive development processes to help data scientists, analysts, and developers be more productive.
Detecting and Classifying Threat
Machine learning techniques are used in applications to identify and respond to threats. This can be accomplished by analyzing large data sets of security events and identifying patterns of harmful behavior. When similar occurrences are identified, ML works to deal with them autonomously using the trained ML model.
For example, a database to feed a machine learning model could be built using Indicators of Compromise (IOCs). These can help with real-time threat monitoring, identification, and response. ML classification algorithms and IOC data sets can be used to classify malware activity.