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Machine learning capabilities aid healthcare cybersecurity

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As the new year draws near, healthcare organizations are thinking about where to focus their resources. Matt Mellen, security architect and healthcare solution lead at Palo Alto Networks, predicts that, in 2018, machine learning capabilities will not only enhance a healthcare organization's cybersecurity program, but improve patient outcomes as well. Healthcare IoT has the potential to greatly improve patient care – but it's not without its challenges. Download this essential guide in one PDF and learn how to overcome the obstacles: security, data overload, regulations, and more. You forgot to provide an Email Address.


Machine learning capabilities aid healthcare cybersecurity

#artificialintelligence

As the new year draws near, healthcare organizations are thinking about where to focus their resources. Matt Mellen, security architect and healthcare solution lead at Palo Alto Networks, predicts that, in 2018, machine learning capabilities will not only enhance a healthcare organization's cybersec...


Can AI and ML slay the healthcare ransomware dragon?

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It's common knowledge that healthcare organizations are prime – and relatively easy – targets for ransomware attacks. So it is no surprise that those attacks have become rampant in the past several years. The term "low-hanging fruit" is frequently invoked. But according to at least one report, and some experts, it doesn't have to be that way. ICIT – the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology – contends in a recent whitepaper that the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) can "crush the health sector's ransomware pandemic."


Can AI and ML slay the healthcare ransomware dragon?

#artificialintelligence

It's common knowledge that healthcare organizations are prime – and relatively easy – targets for ransomware attacks. So it is no surprise that those attacks have become rampant in the past several years. The term "low-hanging fruit" is frequently invoked. But according to at least one report, and some experts, it doesn't have to be that way. ICIT – the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology – contends in a recent whitepaper that the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) can "crush the health sector's ransomware pandemic."


How AI-powered XDR can secure the hybrid workforce - S.G.E

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A year ago, NOV Inc. was in the middle of evaluating a new security product to help with securing its globally distributed workforce, spread across more than 60 countries. The oilfield equipment maker was considering deploying an extended detection and response (XDR) solution from SentinelOne -- and as part of the evaluation, NOV deployed the XDR platform across a company it had recently acquired. "Immediately" after deployment, SentinelOne's Singularity XDR detected and halted a cyberattack in progress against the acquired company, said NOV chief information security officer John McLeod -- and then remediated the attack, as well. "This was all done during the pandemic lockdown, in a country on the other side of the globe, where we didn't speak the same language," McLeod said in an email. Perhaps unsurprisingly, NOV ended up becoming a customer.