Corpus ID: 181537680

‘Data Poisoning’ – Achilles heel of cyber threat intelligence systems

@inproceedings{Mahlangu2019DataP,
  title={‘Data Poisoning’ – Achilles heel of cyber threat intelligence systems},
  author={T. Mahlangu and Sinethemba January and Charmaine T Mashiane and Thandokuhle M Dlamini and S. J. Ngobeni and Lennox N Ruxwana},
  year={2019}
}
In the cyberspace, system defenders might have an idea of their own cybersecurity defense systems, but they surely have a partial view of the cyberspace battlefield and almost zero knowledge of the attackers. Evidently, the arm’s race between defenders and attackers favors the attackers. The rise of fake news and ‘data poisoning’ attacks aimed at machine learning inspired cyber threat intelligence systems is the result of a new strategy adopted by attackers that adds complexity to an already… Expand

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