Preventing the Terminator: AI-Resistant OT Network Protection

The cyber-physical world is under attack, with nation-states sponsoring most operations. China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea account for 77% of suspected attacks since 2005. They mainly target critical infrastructure, including the US Department of Defense.

AI-powered cyberattacks are a clear danger to critical infrastructure. While we're not at Skynet levels yet, Elon Musk warns that AI will surpass human intelligence soon. Our aim is to frustrate AI's purpose in attacking critical infrastructure.

The global intelligence community predicts that offensive AI is ahead of defensive AI. AI enhances traditional attack vectors like reconnaissance and phishing. Dumpster diving, once manual, is now AI-driven. Social engineering and phishing are already significant threats, with up to 90% of attacks originating from successful phishing attempts.

Traditional cybersecurity measures like firewalls and VPNs have limitations. Firewalls, like screen doors, have intentional holes, allowing most traffic to pass through. VPNs, relying on passwords, are vulnerable to theft. Most provide access to entire networks, posing a risk.

All hope is not lost though. Watch this video to learn about AI-Resistant OT Network Protection: