Date: February 13, 2017
- Andrew Gardner, senior director for machine learning at Symantec, explains that where machine learning will really help is in scale and automation.
- See also: Cybersecurity trends 2017: Malicious machine learning, state-sponsored attacks, ransomware and malware
Today, machine learning is best suited for solving problems external to customers, says 451’s Adrian Sanabria.
- “The fact that machine learning has had some success in one area of infosec practically guarantees that this industry will attempt to use machine learning anywhere and everywhere it can be shoehorned in.”
- Matthias Maier, security evangelist for Splunk, predicts a more forbidding future for threats that make use of machine learning, especially as machine learning models become more accessible.
- “With unsupervised models in machine learning you can then teach a model using neural networks and deep learning,” says Pavlakis.
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