CYBER SECURITY

What if you could protect your IT infrastructure from cyber attacks like sunscreen protects your skin from the sun?

CYBER SECURITY

What if you could protect your IT infrastructure from cyber attacks like sunscreen protects your skin from the sun?

CHALLENGE

The threat of cybercrime and cyber attacks increases rapidly. It is a hard challenge to keep pace with this development and to find the right safety measures. But Artificial Intelligence and machine learning offer new defenses.

CHALLENGE

The threat of cybercrime and cyber attacks increases rapidly. It is a hard challenge to keep pace with this development and to find the right safety measures. But Artificial Intelligence and machine learning offer new defenses.

COMING SOON

During the COVID-19 pandemic the threat of cyber attacks has dramatically increased.
Further research of BSI in Germany shows that 26% of damages caused by cyberattacks are considered to be „existentially threatening“ or very „severe“. Also banks blamed COVID-19 for 238% surge in cyberattacks. A research from Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that cybercrime will cost the world more than $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

Traditional cybersecurity risk management systems have not kept pace with the threat, but the time has come for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to combat cybercrime and offer new defenses. According to MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the key will be a hybrid approach, with humans and machines working together to manage cyber risk more effectively and efficiently.

Coming soon
Our product development team is currently working on an AI-driven solution to protect your IT infrastructure from cybercrime. Put yourself on our waiting list for updates and be among the first to be informed about the launch.

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COMING SOON

During the COVID-19 pandemic the threat of cyber attacks has dramatically increased.
Further research of BSI in Germany shows that 26% of damages caused by cyberattacks are considered to be „existentially threatening“ or very „severe“. Also banks blamed COVID-19 for 238% surge in cyberattacks. A research from Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that cybercrime will cost the world more than $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

Traditional cybersecurity risk management systems have not kept pace with the threat, but the time has come for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to combat cybercrime and offer new defenses. According to MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the key will be a hybrid approach, with humans and machines working together to manage cyber risk more effectively and efficiently.

Coming soon
Our product development team is currently working on an AI-driven solution to protect your IT infrastructure from cybercrime. Put yourself on our waiting list for updates and be among the first to be informed about the launch.

Waiting List