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Three Best Cybersecurity Technologies

By Russell Thomas, Enterprise Security Magazine | Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Today, the business data is more vulnerable; therefore, cybersecurity is necessary to efficiently operate businesses and vital for the protection of the customer’s information.

FREMONT, CA: Cybercrimes are increasing with every passing day because cybercriminals have an equivalent technical prowess as their cybersecurity counterparts. This has led the world to an ever-evolving era of cybercrimes that constantly outsmart the modern cybersecurity technologies. In terms of national security, physical terrorism stays as the priority concern for nations around the globe. Cyber warfare is gaining heat, with newer technologies being available to break into systems and networks. Critical infrastructures like healthcare, power grids, and water systems are being attacked, and on a smaller scale, there have been many ransomware and malware attacks on enterprise networks. Therefore, recognizing and deploying superior cybersecurity strategies to combat threats is the need of the hour. Here are a few technologies that provide preventive measures against cybercrimes. 

Top 10 Enterprise Security Startups - 2020Blockchain Cybersecurity

Blockchain cybersecurity is among the latest cybersecurity technologies that is gaining momentum and recognition. The blockchain technology works based on identification between the two transaction parties. In the same way, blockchain cybersecurity works on the basis of blockchain technology’s peer-to-peer network fundamentals.

Every member of a blockchain is responsible for verifying the data added. Moreover, blockchains develop a near-impenetrable network for hackers and are currently the best bet to safeguard data from a compromise. Therefore, blockchain usage with Artificial Intelligence can establish a robust verification system to keep potential cyber threats at bay.

Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning

Artificial Intelligence is quite popular these days. Its application in cybersecurity is similar to the working of two-factor authentication. The two-factor authentication works by confirming a user’s identity on the basis of 2-3 different parameters. Adding to that additional layer of information and authentication is where AI comes into the picture. Also, deep learning is being used to analyze data like logs, transactions, and real-time communications to detect threats or unwarranted activities.

Embedded Hardware Authentication

Passwords and PINs are no longer adequate to provide foolproof protection to hardware. Embedded authenticators are emerging technologies to verify a user’s identity.

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