In 2017, Expect AI to Be Both Security Tool and Weapon

         |         |     Share Data-Centric Approach Starves Data-Hungry Cybercriminals Will 2017 be the year that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning become an important front-line tool for cybersecurity? A number of security professionals I’ve heard from think so. When I was looking for security predictions, Paul Shomo, technical manager Strategic Partnerships with Guidance Software, sent this along to me: In 2016, AI went mainstream with its ability to detect malware binaries on the disk, including the polymorphic variants missed by signatures. In 2017, AI will conquer dynamic analysis, adding the detection of running and injected processes to its accomplishments. When I asked him to explain this a little more in depth, he told me that AI or machine learning-based approaches look at binary files on the hard drive, and are…

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