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Machine Learning in Cybersecurity

Machine Learning in Cybersecurity

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Jonathan Spring

We recently published a report that outlines relevant questions that decision makers who want to use artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) tools as solutions in cybersecurity should ask of machine-learning practitioners to adequately prepare for implementing them. My coauthors are Joshua Fallon, April Galyardt, Angela Horneman, Leigh Metcalf, and Edward Stoner. Our goal with the report is chiefly educational, and we hope it can act like an ML-specific Heilmeier catechism and serve as...

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Declaring War on Cyber Terrorism...or Something Like That

Declaring War on Cyber Terrorism...or Something Like That

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Leigh Metcalf

This post is co-authored by Deana Shick, Eric Hatleback and Leigh Metcalf Buzzwords are a mainstay in our field, and "cyberterrorism" currently is one of the hottest. We understand that terrorism is an idea, a tactic for actor groups to execute their own operations. Terrorists are known to operate in the physical world, mostly by spreading fear with traditional and non-traditional weaponry. As information security analysts, we also see products where "terrorists" are ranked in...

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The CERT Guide to Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure

The CERT Guide to Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure

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Allen Householder

We are happy to announce the release of the CERT® Guide to Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD). The guide provides an introduction to the key concepts, principles, and roles necessary to establish a successful CVD process. It also provides insights into how CVD can go awry and how to respond when it does so....

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