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29/04/2018 - Lily Hay Newman - Computer Vision News
Walking the enormous exhibition halls at the recent RSA security conference in San Francisco, you could have easily gotten the impression that digital defense was a solved problem. Amidst branded t-shirts and water bottles, each booth hawked software and hardware that promised impenetrable defenses and peace of mind. The breakthrough powering these new panaceas? Artificial intelligence that, the sales pitch invariably goes, can instantly spot any malware on a network, guide incident response, and detect intrusions before they start.

04/2018 - Gian Luca Marcialis - Computer Vision News
Every month, Computer Vision News reviews a challenge related to our field. This month Gian Luca Marcialis tells you about the LivDet challenge, of which he organised the 2017 edition. Results were presented at the International Conference on Biometrics (ICB 2018) and are publicly available on the LivDet Website.

09/03/2018 - Tom Simonite - wired.com
Tech companies are rushing to infuse everything with artificial intelligence, driven by big leaps in the power of machine learning software. But the deep-neural-network software fueling the excitement has a troubling weakness: Making subtle changes to images, text, or audio can fool these systems into perceiving things that aren’t there.

19/07/2017 - Pierluigi Paganini - securityaffairs.co
IntelliAV is a practical intelligent anti-malware solution for Android devices based on the open-source and multi-platform TensorFlow library.
Android is targeted the most by malware coders as the number of Android users is increasing. Although there are many Android anti-malware solutions available in the market, almost all of them are based on malware signatures, and more advanced solutions based on machine learning techniques are not deemed to be practical for the limited computational resources of mobile devices.

07/2015 - Peter Kieseberg, Olga Segou, Fabio Roli - ERCIM News
The CyberROAD project - a collaboration between several major European research lnstitutlons, companies and stakeholders - develops a European research roadmap for researching and fighting cybercrlme and cyberterrorism.

17/03/2014 - SCI-TECH | Futuris - euronews.com. Available in 13 Languages
How reliable is biometric security? Computers recognize us by our faces, voices and fingerprints, but can we trick them by pretending to be someone else? In this edition of Futuris Denis Loctier finds out just how easily this can be done.

26/02/2014 - avlab.pl
W ramach międzynarodowej współpracy, CERT Polska i Dział Rozwoju Oprogramowania NASK rozpoczynają prace nad nowym projektem. Projekt nosi nazwę kodową „IllBuster” i jego celem jest stworzenie systemu wyszukującego w Sieci pornografię dziecięcą, złośliwe oprogramowanie i służące do oszustw strony internetowe.

25/02/2014 - worldpop.org
Milan, February 25 (Reuters) – A sentry computer capable of detecting malware and potentially dangerous situations and to launch the alert ahead of potentially infringing content, without violating the rights of citizens, thus keeping the network clean and safe.

25/02/2014 - cert.pl
CERT Polska together with NASK Software Development Division joined a new international project to create system named ILLBuster, aimed at detecting illegal content in computer networks.

04 November, 2013 - Official press release (with all related press coverages)
MAVEN is a collaborative project among seven european partners, which has been selected by the European Commission as one of the projects funded under the “Research for the benefit of SMEs” programme, in the 7th Framework Programme.

22 October, 2013 - European Commission press release - europa.eu. (with all related press coverages)
The TABULA RASA consortium, which is supported by EU research and innovation investment, has set out to identify just how well this new software works, in particular against the growing phenomenon of “spoofing ” i.e. using everyday materials such as make-up, photographs and voice recordings to subvert or directly attack biometric systems.

19 July, 2012 - Alex Armstrong - i-programmer.info
With AI systems becoming more common, we have to start worrying about security. A network intrusion may be all the more serious if it is a neural net that is affected.