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Building a Brain for Infosec - Ryan Sevey Jason Montgomery Derbycon 2015 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Building a Brain for Infosec
Ryan Sevey Jason Montgomery
Derbycon 2015

We've spent the last 2 years researching the applications machine learning has in the information security space. As a result of this research, we have created Axon - the first machine learning toolkit developed specifically for information security. This talk will explore how and why we made Axon, then we'll show how we integrated it with an open source security analytics framework known as OpenSOC ("OpenSOC is a Big Data security analytics framework designed to consume and monitor network traffic and machine exhaust data of a data center. OpenSOC is extensible and is designed to work at a massive scale.") This talk is demo heavy, and will show you how to start analyzing all your log data in real time using machine learning.

Jason and Ryan have been researching information security issues for many years. Both have developed multiple machine learning applications that include anomaly detection, log analysis, video game anti-cheat, and warehouse management solutions.

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