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Javni sektor, Financial Services, and Retail: Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity

Summary

The rapid growth of internet usage and the increasing digitization of businesses have presented new challenges for cybersecurity. According to a report by IDC, there are currently 5 billion internet users worldwide, generating 3.4 petabytes of data every second across […]

Javni sektor, Financial Services, and Retail: Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for Cybersecurity

The rapid growth of internet usage and the increasing digitization of businesses have presented new challenges for cybersecurity. According to a report by IDC, there are currently 5 billion internet users worldwide, generating 3.4 petabytes of data every second across nearly 54 billion devices. In order to protect themselves from cyber threats and ensure uninterrupted operations and services, public sector organizations, financial institutions, and retailers are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity.

Everyone’s reputation and financial results are at risk from cyber threats. Whether they originate from internal errors, cybercriminals, activists, or other sources, these threats can paralyze businesses, jeopardize customer data and company assets, result in regulatory penalties, and destroy customer trust. AI and automation tools provide a reliable way for organizations to identify and block incoming cyber threats, reducing the time and operational costs required for threat detection and mitigation.

FAQ

  1. What is artificial intelligence (AI)?

    Artificial intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines, enabling them to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and problem-solving.

  2. What are cyber threats?

    Cyber threats are malicious attempts to damage, disrupt, or gain unauthorized access to computer systems, networks, and digital assets. These threats include viruses, malware, ransomware, phishing attacks, and hacking.

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