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Fortinet Introduces Machine Learning Capabilities to its FortiWeb Web Application Firewall for Advanced Behavioral Threat Detection

Two-step AI-based Machine Learning Improves Attack Detection Accuracy to Create a Nearly “Set and Forget” Web Application Firewall “With a staggering 48 percent of data breaches being caused by hacking web application vulnerabilities, it’s clear that cybercriminals are increasingly targeting public and internal web applications. Current ...

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Computer viruses now have their own museum

The recently opened online Malware Museum exhibits samples of early viruses that often include amusing graphics or popular culture references. But the significance of viruses goes beyond funny curiosities from the 1980s and 1990s. The practice of creating viruses became an important subculture and part of new sorts of cultural activities, practic...

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World’s Most Innovative Companies

VMware has been identified in the field of Computing as one of 2013’s 50 Disruptive Companies, MIT Technology Review’s annual list of the world’s most innovative technology companies. The honorees are nominated by MIT Technology Review’s editors, who look for companies that have demonstrated original and valuable technology over the last ye...

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Fortinet Introduces Machine Learning Capabilities to its FortiWeb Web Application Firewall for Advanced Behavioral Threat Detection

Published June 07, 2018

Two-step AI-based Machine Learning Improves Attack Detection Accuracy to Create a Nearly “Set and Forget” Web Application Firewall “With a staggering 48 percent of data breaches being caused by hacking web application vulnerabilities, it’s clear that cybercriminals are increasingly targeting public and internal web applications. Current ...

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