The fastest growing crime in the world is cyber-crime, and it’s a vicious circle. The threat of cyber crime increases as technologies, designed to make our lives easier and more efficient, evolve and enhance.
Attacks are becoming more complex and subtle, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to correlate outwardly unimportant events across endpoints and networks to identify malicious activity. This means potential attacks are sometimes not noticed for extended periods; and as we know, the longer it takes to notice an attack, the bigger the impact on the business.
Humans are too slow
In a nutshell, the issue is that humans and conventional systems aren’t quick enough, or sophisticated enough to detect complex threats that are hidden amongst huge amounts of information.