Using AI and ML to Win Against Fraud

Using AI and ML to Win Against Fraud

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are undoubtedly the most popular technologies driving transformation across all markets and disciplines. AI and ML can make sense of vast amounts of data to ...
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How Siemplify Uses Machine Learning to Drive SOC Efficiency

How Siemplify Uses Machine Learning to Drive SOC Efficiency

The promise of machine learning in cybersecurity, specifically inside the security operations center, is vast, but let’s not get ahead... The post How Siemplify Uses Machine Learning to Drive SOC Efficiency appeared ...
5G Security in an API-Driven Economy

5G Security in an API-Driven Economy

Over the last six years, solution architects have been designing the transformation of Service Provider’s networks to significantly reduce the timing of service and feature deployment lifecycles, standardizing on real-time service provisioning, ...
The Gurucul Customer Experience

ABCs of UEBA: G is for Gurucul

Gurucul was developing User and Entity Behavior Analytics technology long before Gartner coined the term “UBA” in 2014 and then updated it to “UEBA” in 2015. You could say – and you’d ...
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When a Tree Falls in St. Louis, Will the Power Go Out?

A superlative bit of combinatorial scholarship coming out of St. Louis University, where Sean Hartling, Vasit Sagan, Paheding Sidike, Maitiniyazi Maimaitijiang and Joshua Carron have lashed-up geospatial sciences, machine learning, UAVs, and ...

ABCs of UEBA: F is for Fraud

Enterprise fraud management platforms have been around for years, but many legacy platforms lack the capabilities to make critical data associations and identify anomalous behaviors of user accounts. However, recent advancements in ...

More Cowbell Baby!

Earlier this month we sponsored Oktane19, Okta’s annual user conference. If you’ve never attended, it’s one of the more compelling conferences because they put on an excellent show. They have celebrated speakers, ...
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Can Smart Lighting Beat a Hacker? How Machine Learning Can Boost IoT Security

It’s possible: Smart lighting could be the most dangerous element in your company’s network. By 2025, there will be 75 million IoT devices in use. Smart devices are now found throughout most ...
Enemy Unknown: Handling Customised Targeted Attacks

Enemy Unknown: Handling Customised Targeted Attacks

Detecting and preventing threats in real-time Computer security products are designed to detect and protect against threats such as computer viruses, other malware and the actions of hackers. A common approach is ...
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A Security Evolution: Taking Security Beyond SIEM with Gurucul Security Analytics

At RSA Conference 2019, Gurucul stood out among the many security analytics vendors on the show floor. If you came by the booth, you probably sat down for a short presentation exploring ...
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