AI technology developed to determine the necessity of cyberattack responses
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. has produced an AI technology that automatically concludes whether action needs to be taken in response to a cyberattack.
The company has now produced a technology that identifies and extracts attack logs, which reveal the behaviour of a cyberattack, from large amounts of operations logs. It also created a technology that increases on the small number of training data extracted in a manner that does not spoil attack characteristics. This produces a sufficient amount of training data.
In simulations using these technologies, the company obtained a match rate of about 95% in comparison with experts' conclusions concerning the need for action, and they did not miss any attack cases that demanded a response. The time necessary to give a conclusion was also shortened from several hours to several minutes.
By using these technologies, countermeasures can swiftly be put in place for cyberattacks that have been concluded to need action, contributing to business continuity and the prevention of loss.