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Predictive Cyber-Security

Moving from a purely reactive to a predictive cyber-security footing provides more dynamic protection of machines and networks.

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Why It’s Important

As machine and network ecosystems become larger and more complex, they are increasingly targeted for cyber intrusion. Heterogenous infrastructures, vertical and horizontal integrations, reliance on IoT devices, and legacy security solutions all combine to create vulnerabilities. Weaknesses include:

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    Increasing threat surfaces

    Large attack surfaces provide hackers with an ever-increasing number of potential cyber penetration points. As threat surfaces continue to expand it becomes increasingly difficult to provide consistent levels of security across the entire threat landscape.

  • Outdated cyber-solutions

    Many companies are deploying cyber-security solutions and methodologies that were designed for the threat landscape that existed 20 years ago. While the structure, complexity, and surface area of those ecosystems have continued to evolve, the cyber-security footing has remained static.

  • Lack of predictive insights

    Existing security solutions are purely reactive in design. Attacks against machines and networks are often well embedded before an alarm is raised. Asset stakeholders have no ability to predict potential cyber threats or to take preventive action.

How We Do It

A predictive cyber-security state is dependent upon the ability to produce accurate and timely predictive analytics and insights. MicroAI provides predictive security across an entire asset landscape by deploying AI-powered capabilities that include:

  • Real-time, automated, threat monitoring

    that rapidly synthesizes high volumes of structured and unstructured data. AI-enabled data syntheses and live regression analysis closes existing gaps in threat assessment accuracy and provides continuous insights into current and future threats.

  • On-asset run-time protection

    that embeds nano-weight machine learning algorithms directly into machines and network equipment, providing asset-centric self-learning and monitoring capabilities. Normal asset behaviors are learned, anomalous behaviors quickly identified, and predictive alerts generated.

  • Predictive threat mitigation

    via endpoint and edge AL/ML algorithms that provide the active learning, scenario analysis, and virtual triage needed to accurately predict the most effective reactions to potential cyber intrusions.

What It Delivers

The transition to a predictive cyber-security state revolutionizes the protection of mission-critical machines and networks. Operations can operate with confidence that their assets and data are much less vulnerable to attack.

  • Advanced cyber-security that protects against the most sophisticated cyber-attacks (Zero-Day, Ransomware, DDoS, etc.)
  • AI-enabled evolution from a reactive to a predictive cyber-security state
  • Reduced risk of negative financial impacts resulting from data theft and/or operational disruptions
  • Low implementation cost and reduced management burden
  • Dynamic security that evolves with the changing threat landscape (protection for today and tomorrow