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2019 Will Be The Year Of Intelligent Cybercrime Threats

In today’s security defenses, many organizations are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies to thwart cyberattacks.  Without these innovative technologies managing distributed and complex infrastructures require a high amount of human capital and intervention.

Sophisticated cybercriminal organizations including state-sponsored actors as a whole are indeed moving in the same direction using weaponized AI and ML to exploit their targets.  It is well known that these actors have long adopted the same development techniques used in the industry employing rapid development methodologies such as Agile. The malware and methods are evaluated on their effectiveness, time to develop, modify and implement.
Fuzzing This problematic technique is used with researchers in laboratory environments to discover vulnerabilities in hardware and applications. Researchers inject bad data into an application or device then closely monitor events such as crashes, memory …

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