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10 Security Predictions For 2018

Solution providers will have to contend with an array of security-related challenges in 2018 ranging from GDPR compliance and ransomware to an expanding perimeter and securing sensor-enabled devices. Here's how we think they'll do it.

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Businesses Will Find Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning Used Against Them

Adversaries will start adopting artificial intelligence to speed up their rate of attack in an attempt to overwhelm cyber defenders, said Kris Lovejoy, CEO of BluVector.

Threat actors will increase their adoption of adversarial machine learning to evade detection by infrequently trained machine learning models, said Adam Hunt, RiskIQ's chief data scientist.

While researchers are looking into the possibilities of machine learning in monitoring traffic and identifying possible zero-day exploits, it's not far-fetched to imagine that cybercriminals will use the same capabilities to get ahead of finding the zero-days themselves, according to Trend Micro.

Researchers have already demonstrated that machine learning models have blind spots that adversaries can probe for exploitation, Trend Micro said.

 
 
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