RYAN MATTHEW PIERSON, Contributing Writer
(readwrite) Researchers with MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have announced a breakthrough in cyber threat detection that promises to dramatically lower the amount of time human analysts spend sorting through information in search of evidence of cyber attacks.
IT analysts spend countless hours scouring through mountains of data in order to find evidence of compromised systems. Often, the search for anomalies in data is so extensive, that overwhelmed human teams are forced to overlook potentially critical information for lack of time.
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