Cognitive Cyber Security

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As cyberattacks increase in scale and complexity, artificial intelligence (AI) helps resource-intensive security operations and analysts stay ahead of the threat. Artificial intelligence is changing the game by analyzing vast amounts of risk data to accelerate response times and expand the capacities of underfunded security operations. AI has the potential to add value not only to an organization’s operations, but also to human functions associated with monitoring, detecting, and responding to threats. Cognitive Computing is capable of monitoring, analysing patterns, providing context for a large number of alerts, taking action and making recommendations in real time. Companies use machine learning…...

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Ensar Seker Ensar Seker received his bachelor and master degrees in electronics and computer engineering at the New York Institute of Technology University and continued his Ph.D. at Tallinn University of Technology. Between 2016 and 2018, he served as a national representative at the NATO Cooperative Cyber ​​Defense Center of Excellence, located in Tallinn, Estonia. He is currently working as a senior researcher in National Research Center and is active in international organizations such as NATO and the European Union. He has many academic articles and articles published on cyber security, artificial intelligence and blockchain, and has contributed to many international reports.