4 Ways Machine Learning Is Powering Smarter Threat Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI), and in particular machine learning, has seen huge strides in recent years and is now set to really start impacting all aspects of society and business. This development has been fueled by decades of exponential improvement in raw computing power, combined with progress in algorithms and, perhaps most importantly, a huge increase in the volume of data for training and testing machines that is readily available on the internet. The combination of these three factors is now giving us everything from voice-controlled digital assistants to autonomous cars. It it safe to say that “this changes everything,” and cybersecurity is no exception.

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Joe Security a Swiss company - specialized in the development of automated malware analysis systems for malware detection and forensics. Based on the deep malware analysis, Joe Security has developed unique and patent-pending technologies to analyze advanced malware even if the malware tries to evade analysis. The innovative technologies enable security experts also to analyze malware in a depth previously not available. Joe Security offers malware analysis systems as a cloud service or on premise at any scale for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS based operating systems.

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ZTE Cybersecurity White Paper 2021

whitePaper | October 29, 2021

Telecommunications equipment and systems, as critical infrastructure for a nation, have been widely valued by governments, operators, and users worldwide. Currently, the deployment of 5G has begun. Featuring faster speed, greater network capacity, and ultra-low latency, 5G will redefine the operation of critical infrastructure from the factory floor to the cloud. Its new technologies including Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), and network slicing are paving the way for smart cities, remote surgery, autonomous vehicles, and large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity.

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Project Blackfin: Automated Breach Detection Using Intelligent Agents

whitePaper | December 4, 2019

This paper describes a distributed anomaly detection approach designed to accurately track actions performed by adversaries across a network. The illustrated approach involves running multiple machine learning models on both endpoints and the network as well as on a centralized backend, and includes communication and replication of learned states between these models.

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Cyber Security After the Pandemic

whitePaper | April 29, 2021

The cyber security industry has faced two major sets of challenges over the last twelve months. The attacks and exploits affecting Solar Winds, Accellion, Microsoft and their customers have focused attention on supply chain risk, but the impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been felt more broadly across cyber security domains and disciplines.

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Prevent Advanced Insider Threats With IBM Security Solutions

whitePaper | October 22, 2021

Are you confident that only the right people are getting access to your sensitive business assets? Organizations have to be concerned about privileged insiders compromising security and about outsiders posing as authorized users but who really aren't. Putting effective defenses into place, as a result, requires organizations to look both ways.

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Cybersecurity Whitepaper 2018

whitePaper | December 12, 2019

Most of the Small to medium-sized companies are unaware about the ways in which they’re vulnerable. More than 45% mistakenly believe they’re not a viable victim. They are just too small a target in comparison to larger organizations and tend to have a blind eye towards the cyber threats they face, which is in sharp contrast to what attackers think.

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Scenarios for the Future of Cybercrime - White Paper for Decision Makers

whitePaper | January 28, 2020

Project 2020 is an initiative of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA). Its aim is to anticipate the future of cybercrime, enabling governments, businesses and citizens to prepare themselves for the challenges and opportunities of the coming decade. It comprises a range of activities, including common threat reporting, scenario exercises, policy guidance and capacity building.

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Joe Security LLC

Joe Security a Swiss company - specialized in the development of automated malware analysis systems for malware detection and forensics. Based on the deep malware analysis, Joe Security has developed unique and patent-pending technologies to analyze advanced malware even if the malware tries to evade analysis. The innovative technologies enable security experts also to analyze malware in a depth previously not available. Joe Security offers malware analysis systems as a cloud service or on premise at any scale for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS based operating systems.

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