Machine learning helps detect real-time network threats

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May 23, 2016
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“The core problem is that all the sensors the company has invested in – firewalls, sandboxes, AV – act as good filters, but they don’t stop everything from getting in,” says Oliver Tavakoli, Vectra chief technology officer. Vectra CSO Günter Ollmann adds that traditional tools relied on blacklists, two-dimensional signatures and behavioral analytics, which are driven by human decisions.

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