How AI and machine learning are transforming endpoint protection, detection, and response

The combination of machine processing speed, artificial intelligence (AI) for pattern recognition, and human judgment and intuition is becoming a powerful asset for cybersecurity teams. But how can you efficiently embrace the transformation these new technologies are bringing, and ensure you get the most out of your existing resources—both human and technological?

Organizations often look for a range of automation and machine-learning features to improve security monitoring and remediation. But there are serious shortfalls in deploying disparate, multivendor endpoint security technologies that don’t collaborate with each other. Because point solutions have limited visibility and see only what they can see, the burden of connecting the dots falls on you.

This report from Gartner can help you understand where to best focus your efforts, and includes:

  • Key challenges to understanding and appreciating where AI can really make a difference.
  • Recommendations for security and risk management leaders responsible for endpoint security.
  • An analysis of how endpoint protection is evolving and using data from across multiple endpoints to better recognize and react to threats.

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*Gartner, Lift the Veil on AI’s Never-Ending Promises of a Better Tomorrow for Endpoint Protection, Mark Horvath, Ian McShane, 21 August 2018.

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