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In a perfect world, we'd be able to pour all the information we've gathered about cyber attacks into a giant database, apply artificial intelligence and machine learning to pick out patterns, and presto! We would know exactly what to expect from cyber criminals next.
However, this isn't a perfect world. Big Data and artificial intelligence are useful, but they aren't infallible. Just the opposite: the huge number of variables involved in cyber security mean we'll probably always need human experts to use sophisticated tools to determine which anomalies are actual attacks and which are mere blips.
Take a practical, hands-on approach to identifying and mitigating threats as they evolve. Xantrion has IT experts with dozens of years of collective security experience, and we're ready to help.