We’re all used to the idea that users and enterprises should always implement necessary security measures to protect their devices from cyberattacks. Indeed, threat actors develop malicious programs and execute them on the targeted systems remotely. But what about real-life infiltrations?
Alarming volumes of cyber risk come from former workers who still have access to their emails or company documents. Worryingly, research by Beyond identity found that 50% of ex-employees use the remaining digital access to intentionally harm their former employer.
Matias Klein, the CEO and Co-Founder of Kognition says that artificial intelligence and machine learning should no longer be seen as a threat – they can be used to automate various security and identity verification processes to reduce the number of cyberattacks coming from the inside.
Tell us more about the story behind Kognition. What was your journey like throughout the years?
As a growth executive at McKesson (NYSE: MCK – #7 on Fortune 500), I was always on the lookout for innovative software solutions that could lower costs while increasing security and compliance…[ Read full article at cybenews ]