Companies are expected to spend up to $55 billion dollars on efforts to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which is still working out its final rules after going into effect this month.
This year on the MixMode blog, we have covered headline stories, analyzed every pain point within network security, and shared what we believe to be some of the most innovative solutions to help you analyze network traffic, surface threats and anomalies, and stop attacks using autonomous AI.
The new MixMode & RAVENii whitepaper, “The Evolution of ‘Next-Generation’ Manufacturing and the Need for Network Security,” is a comprehensive look at how third-wave AI is improving modern network security across connected manufacturing networks and beyond.
This is the final article in a three-part series on Network Baselining. Read the first two articles in the series here:
1) An Introduction to Baselining Technology
2) How to Create a Baseline for Your Network
We separate the parts that are wavelike and we separate the parts that are stochastic. Then, five minutes later we look again and compare what we’ve seen historically and what the AI has predicted to happen to the current state of the network. If they are different, that’s an anomaly detected.