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Revealing Future of AI Integrated Cybersecurity Defense Strategies for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses (SMB)
Leading Managed Technology Services Provider Shares How AI is Evolving SMB Defenses
VAN NUYS, CA
Gateway TelNet a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), announced today that AI (artificial intelligence) is starting to play a key role in cybersecurity defense systems for small to midsized businesses (SMBs). Gateway TelNet protects the interests of its clients by remaining on the forefront of technology's latest advancements and it is actively advising SMBs on the potentials that AI-integration promises for cybersecurity in the very near future. Most businesses are becoming aware of how prevalent phishing attempts, identity theft and ransomware attacks have become in recent years and Gateway TelNet is doing its part to help businesses put a stop to it, by sharing the technology industry's response to more sophisticated attacks.
"Whenever we talk about AI integrated into technology, the most common application that our clients are aware of is how facial recognition cameras can integrate with AI. With an appropriate data set, AI can proactively suggest a course of action based on a target's background, prior behaviors, and other factors. This has obvious benefits for enhancing the security of any physical location," stated Hilecher, President of Gateway TelNet. "However, AI is becoming more central to every facet of cybersecurity, as well. While the applications are still growing in widespread popularity, many business owners will soon be faced with this question: should I put my business on a 'Smart Network' or just on 'a network?'"
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