Intelligent CISO Issue 16 - Page 35

 PREDI C TI VE I NTEL L I GE NC E AI has consistently demonstrated this ability to provide a safety net for human error – flagging anomalous connections and rare domains regardless of how well they may be disguised to the unsuspecting user. AI has consistently demonstrated this ability to provide a safety net for human error – flagging anomalous connections and rare domains regardless of how well they may be disguised to the unsuspecting user. From social engineering attacks to insider threats to stolen credentials, www.intelligentciso.com | Issue 16 the risks inherent to SaaS are largely user-dependent. As a consequence, any security tool up to the task of defending SaaS applications must understand how these users work, evolve and collaborate. Indeed, it is precisely the sought-after interconnectedness and collaborative nature of SaaS platforms which makes the potential reward for attackers so great, as a single breach could allow them to compromise an entire company. Yet the efficiencies promised by SaaS need not come at the cost of security, since the latest AI cyberdefences shine a light on even the most nebulous traffic in the cloud. u 35