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CharlesG814
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CharlesG814,
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1/26/2016 | 10:41:02 AM
Data Science & Machine Learning Training at BlackHat
I totally agree with this article.   As the data volumes increase and the stakes get higher, it data science and machine learning are going to become indispensable tools for sec analysts.  It's with this in mind that my team and I are offering two courses for network professionals, the Crash Course in Data Science and the  Crash Course in Machine Learning at BlackHat 2016.  If you come, you'll definitely walk away with some useful skills that can help you protect your network. 
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RyanSepe,
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8/17/2015 | 2:51:47 PM
Machine Learning
The ending line of that article sounded like the ending statement to a post-apocalyptic movie.

I agree heurisitics is going to play a major role in future security measures and techniques. How, is the main question! Your guess is as good as mine.


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