Artificial Intelligence Japanese firms to launch AI-based anti-cyberattack solutions

TOKYO — Cyberattackers are launching increasingly sophisticated strikes around the world, but many companies have all too often been too slow in detecting and taking action against new tactics used by black hat hackers.      The gap between attacks and detection and response has prompted Japan’s NTT Communications and SoftBank to both start planning new artificial intelligence-based services that can instantly protect companies from potential cyberattacks.      Many big businesses have not only installed anti-virus software onto PCs, but also introduced surveillance solutions provided by computer security specialists in a bid to fight increasingly subtle malicious exploitation of computer systems by unauthorized users.       Through big data analysis, these services can screen illicit operations such as transmission of confidential information to external receivers and shut down communication upon detection. However…


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