Thursday, 27 January 2022

BT introduces ‘epidemiological AI’ Inflame to combat cyber attacks

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 12 November 21

Trained using data of how viruses spread in human populations, BT says its cybersecurity protype Inflame will shed new light on how to defend against cyber attacks

Many of us have become only too aware of virus transmission methods in the past couple of years, but BT thinks that understanding epidemiology could be more useful to the telecoms sector than simply helping us stay healthy.    Today, the operator has announced its ‘Inflame’ prototype, which uses deep reinforcement learning to help enterprises to automatically anticipate and detect cyber threats…

Many of us have become only too aware of virus transmission methods in the past couple of years, but BT thinks that understanding epidemiology could be more useful to the telecoms sector than simply helping us stay healthy.    Today, the operator has announced its ‘Inflame’ prototype, which uses deep reinforcement learning to help enterprises to automatically anticipate and detect cyber threats…

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