According to IDG’s 2020 Cloud Computing Study, 92% of organizations have at least some sort of cloud footprint in regard to their IT environment. Therefore, traditional cloud security approaches must evolve to keep up with the dynamic infrastructure an…Read More Machine learning-powered cybersecurity depends on good data and experience
Microsoft released as open-source the ‘CyberBattleSim Python-based toolkit which is an Enterprise Environment Simulator. Microsoft has recently announced the open-source availability of the Python-based enterprise environment simulator. named ‘CyberBattleSim.’ “CyberBattleSim is an experimentation research platform to investigate the interaction of automated agents operating in a simulated abstract enterprise network environment. The simulation provides a high-level […]
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Scientists at Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) have developed methods and demonstrated that quantum machines can learn to infer hidden information from very general probabilistic reasoning models. These methods could improve a broad range of applicati…Read More Scientists develop quantum machine learning methods for reasoning
We are open sourcing the Python source code of a research toolkit we call CyberBattleSim, an experimental research project that investigates how autonomous agents operate in a simulated enterprise environment using high-level abstraction of computer networks and cybersecurity concepts.
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Machine learning systems are becoming pervasive not only in technologies affecting our day-to-day lives, but also in those observing them, including face expression recognition systems. Companies that make and use such widely deployed services rely on …Read More Can private data be recovered from “sanitized” images?
Wading through waves of alert noise to find real threats and manually connecting the dots to find context in real-time attacks are essential capabilities in today’s cyberthreat detection and response battleground. While it sounds impossible, the same t…Read More Knowledge graphs: The secret of Google Search and now XDR
By removing the most common cause of traffic accidents – the human driver – autonomous vehicles are expected to reduce traffic accidents and fatalities. However, they may pose a completely different type of risk to drivers, passengers and pedestrians. …Read More Cybersecurity risks connected to AI in autonomous vehicles
Email data breaches are on the rise. Our recent research found that 93% of organizations have experienced an email data breach in the last 12 months, at an average rate of one incident every 12 working hours. The vast majority of these incidents are ca…Read More Why contextual machine learning is the fix that zero-trust email security needs