In this industry perspective, Dan Larson of the firm CrowdStrike argues that antivirus software is becoming less effective at stopping damaging cyber attacks, but that companies need to look before they leap when replacing it.
In-brief: Machine learning is all the rage in the information security industry. But a study by Endgame and University of Virginia suggests that it may be vulnerable to manipulation by sophisticated AI-driven tools.
In-brief: Five predictions about the cyber threats and security challenges that 2017 has in store for us.
In-brief: The ‘bad neighborhoods’ effect applies to bots, too, according to the firm Recorded Future, which says that it can identify computers that are likely to be involved in botnets, even before they are, based on their neighborhood.
In-brief: experts at an event in San Francisco predicted that humans will be in the loop on information security for the foreseeable future, even as advances in machine learning eliminate whole categories of lower level information security work.