Cyber@BGU Presenting at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
Enhancing offensive capacity by creating attack toolboxes | Yuval Elovici
AI helps to defend against cyber attacks – but can also be used by attackers, to identify targets and create cheaper, more scalable attacks. Yuval Elovici, a Professor at the Department of Information Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, discusses the possibilities and their implications.
Reinforcing defences against intelligent aggression | Bracha Shapira
Traditional security systems can no longer cope with the increasing sophistication of cyber attacks – it has become a big-data problem that requires artificial intelligence. Bracha Shapira, Professor in the Software and Information Systems Engineering Department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, shows how machine learning can help.
Designing adaptive attacks to identify and target defensive vulnerabilities | Lior Rokach
As hackers adopt machine learning algorithms, we are experiencing an AI arms race. Lior Rokach, Professor of Software and Information Systems Engineering at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, explores the potential for adversarial attacks and the implications for the AI community.
Source: World Economic Forum YouTube