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Google: No one can protect against AI from network attacks

via:博客园     time:2017/9/19 20:01:13     readed:569

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Protecting Google systems 15 years of network security experts in San Francisco held TechCrunch Disrupt 2017 technical conference speech, no one can avoid the network attack, even if the use of artificial intelligence to no avail. Google says more than 1 billion people use their Gmail program.

But Google's director of information security and privacy Heather Adkins and Google security team members recommend that users do not save sensitive personal information in Gmail. Adkins said in an interview on the ground, cyber attacks may occur anywhere in the country, she called the start-up companies ready to deal with hacking.

Adkins explained that AI-driven security software in the face of the 20th century, 70 years before the network attack is not very effective, not to mention the latest attack. James Anderson pointed out in a 1972 study that there was no change in defense technology, even though we had known that the attack had been around for a long time. "Although AI is very suitable for launching a network attack, but not that it will be better than non-AI system of protection, AI in the anti-virus function to show too much" false positive ".

Adkins believes that the problem of using AI for security is that machine learning needs feedback, and that's the experience of "good", especially when a malicious program tries to cover up its true nature, AI will accept malicious programming The When Adkins was asked what advice would be offered to the enterprise to protect cybersecurity, Adkins suggested that people use more manpower in network maintenance to minimize the dependence on technology.

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