Human intervention is insufficient for most cyber security attacks because humans can’t immediately see every attack, and they certainly can’t respond fast enough (in real time) to block all infiltrations.
Human intervention alone is no longer sufficient to stop cyberattacks. However, it’s important to recognize that not all software techniques that are automatic or reactive should be classified as Artificial Intelligence.
When evaluating an Internet Service Provider, it’s important to consider the quality, as well as quantity, of bandwidth it offers. How effectively a provider protects its customers from Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks can have a dramatic impact on the quality of Internet service.
If your organization is debating the merits of a DDoS protection appliance compared to a DDoS scrubbing service, this blog post offers a short explanation of the key differences between these types of DDoS solutions.