Cloud Security

Now, most organizations have a cloud presence. Even though they have loads of critical information in the cloud, they don’t realize the importance of being “in the cloud”. Because of the pandemic, many businesses moved to cloud-based systems and applications for the first time. In the year 2021, these new cloud users will have to deal with these security stances carefully.

What does it mean?

  • It is important to keep in mind that although your cloud service provider is providing security to your cloud, you are responsible for your networks and access controls.
  • The cloud security provider may provide some level of monitoring and logging tools. Ensure that you utilize these tools to track any unusual or unauthorized access attempts.

AI In Cyber Security

Artificial Intelligence enables under-resourced and understaffed security teams to be up to date on cyber threats and attacks. As per the research report, the market of ‘AI in cybersecurity is predicted to hit $15 billion by 2025.

What does it mean?

  • Artificial Intelligence offers hands-on threat mitigation abilities for frequent supervision as well as security vulnerabilities adoption.
  • With the help of AI, users can get security alerts to turn on frequent threat mitigation.
  • Along with Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning can be useful to prevent cyber threats despite detection.

Extended Detection and Response

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) involved different security solutions into one security operating system. It offers an integrative view of vulnerabilities across the technology platform and assists different firms to go beyond the normal detective controls.

What does it mean?

  • Real-time information delivery required to mitigate threats leads to better and faster insights.
  • XDR Provides better detection, protection, and response abilities
  • We can find improved productivity of the operational security employees
  • Efficient detection as well as a response against low expenses.