Machine learning in attack detection - what it can and can't do

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Robocop applying machine learning to security. Image copyright Sony Pictures Entertainment
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Robocop applying machine learning to security. Image copyright Sony Pictures Entertainment

MWR InfoSecurity's Luke Jennings examines how machine learning should - and shouldn't - be applied to security

The technology industry has long had an issue with hype, forever focusing on "the next big thing" and how it will turn the world on its head. Vendors tend to latch on to the latest hot topic and begin...

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