Month: July 2020

Machine learning

In an earlier blog, I talked about how machine learning can help predict exploitability score for a vulnerability. In this blog, I will elaborate on some of the finer aspects before comparing with an alternative means available. From a machine learning angle, it is important to identify & include relevant features and use a balanced […]

Cyber Security

In InfoSec stress is a given, especially given that the InfoSec team needs to be right every time while bad actors need to be right only once. Vulnerability scanners overwhelm InfoSec teams, since these tools spew out a torrent of vulnerabilities. The whole scanning paradigm has outlived its value, but more about in a separate […]