Billions in losses due to cybercrime
How AI technologies can reduce risks
25. June 2019
Over the past 20 years, the technology boom has revolutionized the world of business. With developments in IoT or cloud technologies, as well as in robotics, companies can communicate and do business with unprecedented ease. But the technology boom also brings with it unforeseeable risks. Cybercrime is a topical issue that affects many companies. New AI technologies enable companies to protect their data against cyber attacks. The systems identify unforeseeable risks and take preventive and targeted countermeasures to protect companies from hackers, nation states or e-criminals.
We at PALTRON are also aware of the growing dangers of digitalization. In addition to AI technologies, employees and users also have to deal with the dangers of cyber attacks and keep themselves constantly informed about current developments.
To ensure that your company is also strongly positioned against such dangers, we can help you staff IT experts and managers, especially in the area of cyber security. If you need our support or would like to exchange information on the topics of AI and Cyber Security, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time!
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