This research evaluates the machine trust market, this includes human-machine threat detection and damage mitigation systems in both human-machine and machine-machine security frameworks.
The report also evaluates unique approaches across industry verticals as well as the government sector with forecasts from 2020 to 2025.
Threat detection and damage mitigation (TDDM) refers to those processes, procedures, tools that provide the ability of an organization to accurately identify potential threats to networks, systems, applications and/or other assets with emphasis upon the ability to pre-emptively and proactively respond to security events and/or mitigate damage.
More advanced TDDM solutions look beyond human-led threat detection and mitigation to autonomous M2M solutions.
Regardless of whether threats originate from human beings or autonomous computer programs, the new vision of TDDM is to create a human-machine threat detection framework in which network operators and systems administrators may choose their level of interaction and control.
Human-machine threat detection systems leverage various techniques such as video surveillance, cloud-controlled cyber-bots, and physical robots, artificial intelligence, biometric security systems, and IoT solutions.
Various combinations of automation techniques and technologies are leveraged in orchestration with human-controlled threat detection solutions. Solutions will have varying levels of autonomy, including fully autonomous, remote-controlled (such as via handheld devices), and hybrid variants.
Recent concerns and threats stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic have added a new dimension of safety and security to protect human lives.
The new expectation will have a longer-term impact of routine behavior and processes. It has now become very important across the world to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus and protect human lives.
In addition to physical threats associated with pandemics, bad actors also seize the opportunity to engage in various threats against cyber infrastructure.
For example, we see aviation, transportation, and public safety industries relying upon human-machine TDDM solutions on an increasingly larger scale to restore human confidence over security systems as part of both industry and government initiatives.
Based on our analysis, we see certain vendors as key to the ecosystem including Check Point, Cisco, Fidelis, FireEye, Fortinet, McAfee, Palo Alto Networks, Symantec, Trend Micro, etc. offer integrated architecture for threat detection and mitigation solutions on all of the options.
Companies like IBM QRadar, Splunk, Chronicle Security Backstory, Microsoft Azure Sentinel, etc. provide security analytics solutions.
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