Researchers and students at the University of Arizona are trying to shift the approach to cybersecurity from one of reaction to an analysis the people behind the attacks. “We have the potential to do something good by understanding the intent, the motivation, the ecosystem,” said UA Artificial Intelligence Lab Director Hsinchun Chen.
New workshop calls for papers have been posted on the ISI 2016 website.
With support from the National Science Foundation, Dr. Chen and collaborators and research team generate findings that shed light on how hacker communities interact and share information.
The program, funded by the National Science Foundation, has graduated its first class and is now in its third year.
AZSecure-data, a data science demonstration test-bed, has been launched as a way to get feedback from the community of intelligence and security informatics researchers while the Lab continues to enhance the repository.
The 2015 IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference was held in May 2015, in Baltimore, Maryland. The refereed conference papers by AI Lab
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Dr. Hsinchun Chen, Regents' Professor and Thomas R.
As the Internet becomes ubiquitous, it has advanced to more closely represent aspects of the real world.