Why IT security is broken and how math can save it
by Mirko Zorz - Editor in Chief - Tuesday, 26 August 2014.
In this podcast recorded at Black Hat USA 2014, Stuart McClure, CEO at Cylance, talks about how the information security industry has evolved when it comes to detecting bad guys, but it's being mostly reactive and not proactive.
Signature-based technologies are flawed and easily bypassed since they incorporate only a fraction of characteristics of a bad file or activity.
How can we fix the core of this problem? The answer lies in looking at other industries.
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