Origin early 15c., "uncover, lay bare, expose, disclose, reveal," a sense now obsolete, from Latin detectus, past participle of detegere "uncover, expose," figuratively "discover, reveal, disclose," from de "un-, off" (see de-) + tegere "to cover." Imagine AI detectives hiding in your network looking for anomalies in your "pattern of life." For example, ransomware can be detected and contained within approximately 2 seconds, avoiding spread beyond the initial point of compromise. AI can save your network and can be configured to trigger on specific risk categories based on the type of threat detected. These categories include external attacks, insider threats, and compliance risks. The system can also be configured to trigger on any significant anomaly regardless of threat type. In healthcare, AI can detect cancer, eye disease, and heart disease. Doctors and AI working together to create a better journey. In the automotive industry, AI detects automobile issues by conducting a 360-degree scan in seconds, which can be done anytime in a vehicle’s entire lifecycle. These potential issues can include oil leaks or rust, dents and scratches or malicious threats such as hidden explosives or drugs. AI the detective.
Detect a pattern, search for an anomaly, prevent disasters