At the end of 2017 cybersecurity firm, Cylance, published a new book entitled, “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence for Security Professionals”, written by its data science team. IDG Connect has secured a copy of the full book for download and also caught up with data scientist, Andrew Davis, below. What prompted you to write this book? Who is the main target audience? The book is written for security professionals who may not be aware that many tedious (or interesting!)
In 2015 security firm, IOActive, analyzed 20 mobile applications that connected to Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Last year, it reprised the research and discovered 147 issues in the 34 applications selected for analysis. This represents an average increase of 1.6 vulnerabilities per application. What might this mean in the age of Industrial IoT? The full report “SCADA and Mobile Security in the Internet of Things Era” can be downloaded here.
Chaineum claims to be the first "ICO Boutique" in France, providing a range of end-to-end services to companies that want to expand into this new funding mechanism. CEO, Laurent Leloup, was lead advisor on the DomRaider ICO – the first in France – which raised 262 million tokens in the initial pre-sale. We ask him a few questions in the lightly edited Q&A below. How did the idea for Chaineum come about? Chaineum was formed with the idea to create a virtual incubator on the blockchain.
@GV_Art@VirtualFutures There's a kind of science to extremely figurative, photographic-style paintings - some people even think they're too literal to be art - maybe the people who produce that stuff have an opinion?
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