Enhancing Cybersecurity Through AI-Powered Solutions: A Comprehensive Research Analysis

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Dr. Vinod Varma Vegesna

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This research investigates the tangible quantitative impacts of integrating Artificial  Intelligence (AI) into security frameworks. Quantitative analysis reveals a remarkable 30%  enhancement in threat detection accuracy and a concurrent 25% reduction in false positives, optimizing resource allocation for threat mitigation. Moreover, the study demonstrates a notable 40% acceleration in identifying and addressing security vulnerabilities, highlighting the efficiency gains enabled by AI  technologies. These quantitative findings underscore the substantive advantages of AI in fortifying cybersecurity measures, emphasizing its pivotal role in mitigating evolving threats and improving overall system resilience.

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Enhancing Cybersecurity Through AI-Powered Solutions: A Comprehensive Research Analysis. (2023). International Meridian Journal, 5(5), 1-8. https://meridianjournal.in/index.php/IMJ/article/view/21
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Enhancing Cybersecurity Through AI-Powered Solutions: A Comprehensive Research Analysis. (2023). International Meridian Journal, 5(5), 1-8. https://meridianjournal.in/index.php/IMJ/article/view/21

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