CIOs acknowledge that cybersecurity took considerable hits during the pandemic; organizations’ responses to the data breach attempts have been quite dynamic
IT leaders acknowledge that nanotech security plans or attacks are not expected to be launched this year. However, the technology will have a major influence on conventional cybersecurity plans.
Influence on threat detection
IT leaders are of the opinion that cybersecurity and nanotechnology can cross over successfully in the field of threat detection platform. Research is on to examine the probable advantages of implementing nanotechnology to duplicate systems in computers.
CIOs say that the construction of computer systems based on the human brain structure will have better predictive capabilities as compared to neural systems already present in the market.
Security leaders point out that such intelligent systems will be of military nature. Such platforms can be implemented in energy organizations and other industry which requires complicated software that exceeds the developer’s ability to develop, validate, and verify the software and its performance standards.
IT leaders believe that for cybersecurity platform, Nano-scale AI systems will easily identify and isolate the potential threats. The technology can be manipulated to implement proactive steps to prevent cyber threats. Nanotech and AI can be used to reduce the skill shortage seen in the industry.
Nanotech in cryptography
CIOs say that nanotech’s greatest contribution to cybersecurity to date has been to help to create more complex cryptographic strategies. Every year, cybersecurity threats levels have increased exponentially.
Security employees point out that in the current scenario, the conventional encryption methods are highly vulnerable, allowing for data theft to occur. Organizations are exploring more innovative solutions to manage data breach incidents and secure their communications.
Quantum cryptography is a solution preferred by most IT security leaders. They say that the conventional CMOS transistors; basic building blocks of computer hardware are susceptible to data leaks.
This occurs when the transistor is being switched on or off. Nano-scale quantum chips have been proven to be safe against such leaks. They are designed to be uncrackable in case of a data breach attack.
Quantum cryptography is already implemented by banks for Nano-scale architecture.
IT leaders believe that nanotech can be used to ensure higher security and safety for clients. Embedded level security systems can help better consumer-level enterprise safety. CIOs point that implanted devices can be utilized for encryption and authentication similar to browser-based password managers which are impossible to steal.