RISK AND ATTACKS AGAINST AI/ML, AS WELL AS THE CHIEF INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER'S (CISO) POSITION ON IT
Department of BCA, Saint Xavier College, Maharo, Jharkhand
Department of Computer Science, Usha Martin University, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Cyberattacks are today more pervasive, sophisticated, and technically advanced than ever. This circumstance calls for a quick response supported by artificial intelligence and capable of being predictive, cognitive, prescriptive and auto-reactive. Only security based on artificial intelligence will be able to identify previously unknown attack pattern, zero-day attacks, and former vulnerabilities. This is particularly crucial in light of the emergence of polymorphic malware, ransomware and persistent complex threats. Artificial intelligence offers a more diversified range of skills than machine learning. The phrase “machine learning” (ML) and “artificial intelligence” (AI) refer to the process of teaching computers to do human-like functions, such as learning and problem-solving (including hardware and software). The bulk of these AI systems are used in cybersecurity. The CISO is responsible for convincing manufacturers that their products must meet the criteria of the next generation of identity and access management systems and cyber security solutions, which will be enhanced by artificial intelligence.
Keywords: AI/ML, Cyberattacks, cybersecurity, CISO, Security, Network, System, Machine.