Cognitive Security is the application of artificial intelligence technologies, modeled on human thought processes, to detect security threats. … Such attacks, sometimes referred to as cognitive hacking, are designed to affect people’s behaviors in a way that serves the attacker’s purpose.
A category of technologies that use cognitive computing, natural language processing, and machine learning to enable people and machines to interact more naturally to extend and magnify human expertise and cognition. Cognitive systems can analyze structured and unstructured data from diverse information sources.
Cognitive Security (COGSEC) is a new field that focuses on this evolving frontier and suggests that in the future researchers, governments, social platforms, and private actors will be engaged in a continual arms race to influence — and protect from influence — large groups of users online.
XTN Cognitive Security
XTN Cognitive Security acts as a barrier against cyber threats and fraud coming from digital services. Their omnichannel and behavioral-based solutions protect client’s consumer accounts to contribute to a world where everyone can safely use technology.
Behavioral Biometrics and proprietary AI algorithms power their solutions. They employ a multi-layered and holistic approach to risk analysis to deliver a comprehensive fraud management strategy and build a trusty online environment where customers feel safe to transact.