Dell heads Project Fort Zero

AI is closing the gap between organisations and cybercriminals via perimeter-based protection

Zero Trust principles allow organisations to use AI's benefits while protecting data integrity

Increasing cybercrime costs and numbers have led organizations to use AI to modernize cybersecurity and protect themselves

To improve the efficiency and value of their operations, businesses are turning to artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and large language models (LLM)

Large volumes of data are produced by the application of AI, including proprietary models and algorithms that might contain crucial organizational and consumer data

An LLM is an AI method that processes and generalizes big datasets using deep learning techniques

In order to implement Zero Trust principles, traditional perimeter-based network security solutions must give way to a microsegmented, data-centric design

AI and Zero Trust provide near-real-time analysis of vast amounts of data, automating security processes and reducing an organization's threat surface