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2018 Black Hat Edition of the Attacker Behavior Industry Report

The latest research from Vectra reveals a formidable increase in cyberattack behaviors across a wide range of industries.

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2018 Spotlight Report: The risk of cyberattacks against manufacturing

Types of attacks launched against manufacturing organizations, the malicious intent behind them and the business risks.

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Near and long-term directions for adversarial AI in cybersecurity

by Sohrob Kazerounian

The frenetic pace at which artificial intelligence (AI) has advanced in the past few years has begun to have transformative effects across a wide variety of fields. Coupled with an increasingly (inter)-connected world in which cyberattacks occur with alarming frequency and scale, it is no wonder that the field of cybersecurity has now turned its eye to AI and machine learning (ML) in order to detect and defend against adversaries.Artificial-Intelligence-Logo-Part8-071118

The use of AI in cybersecurity not only expands the scope of what a single security expert is able to monitor, but importantly, it also enables the discovery of attacks that would have otherwise been undetectable by a human. Just as it was nearly inevitable that AI would be used for defensive purposes, it is undeniable that AI systems will soon be put to use for attack purposes.

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