Knowledge Sharing

Thoughts on A.I. in Cybersecurity

Generally when people hear the term AI they instantly think of data science derived AI such as machine learning and deep learning. This type of AI is very much needed as the amount of security data keeps increasing. When I started out in security in the early 1990s,...

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W3C Semantic Web of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) suffers from a lack of interoperability across platforms. As a result developers are faced with data silos, high costs and limited market potential. This can be likened to the situation before the Internet when there were competing...

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There Are Three Sources of Knowledge

There are three sources of knowledge in both humans and artificial intelligence: Inductive Inference Deductive Inference Communication Inductive Inference establishes new facts from data. In technology this is Data Science and Machine Learning which is aimed at making...

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More Data Does Not Equate to Better Security

The reason you often hear people say, "quality over quantity" is because, generally, it’s true. An organization could own every security tool known to mankind, each kicking out truck loads of data, but this does not necessarily mean that these organizations are well...

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