Sakura speaks at Cyber Security Symposium 2018 (CSS2018)

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Andrew Stevens, CTO of Sakura Sky, will be presenting at CSS2018.

The Cyber Security Symposium (CSS2018), is a regular event organised by the Cyber Security research group of School of Computing and Mathematics (SCM) at CSU and is part of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre.

Key areas of the symposium include:

  • Resilient networks
  • Security and configuration management of IoT systems
  • Development of a national device authentication system
  • Forensics and responses to emerging threats
  • Platform & architecture for Cyber Security as a Service
  • Security automation and orchestration
  • Privacy preserving data sharing in a hyper connected world
  • Real time monitoring of cyber threats
  • Malware, block chain, bitcoin threats
  • Cybersecurity in critical infrastructure

Andrew will be presenting the follow topic:

Practical Machine Learning for Cybersecurity with TensorFlow

Machine Learning in security is becoming accepted by customers and researchers alike. Andrew discusses how TensorFlow is being implemented by Sakura Sky customers across Asia and Australia and critically analyses why Machine Learning was adopted and what the outcomes have been.

You can catch Andrew’s presentation on Day 2, 6 July, at a 11am. The Symposium is being held:

July 5-6, 2018
International Hotel
2 Lake Albert Road, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

About Cyber Security Symposium 2018

This event is the 5th round of this symposium, which focuses on all aspects of techniques and applications linked to ICT security research. The purpose of CSS2018 is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of innovative ideas, research results, applications and experiences from the group members as well as with industry experts to explore the innovative research activities in the related areas.

CSS2018 will focus on recent data breaches; cybercrime; cyber deterrence; business process compromise; protecting control systems and critical infrastructure; technological disrupters; and skills, education, and the cyber workforce.

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