Hackers Using AI? An Increase in the FUD Factor

January 29, 2018 | Jason Kichen
Jason Kichen

Jason Kichen

Mr. Jason Kichen serves as the Director of Cybersecurity Operations and Research Services at Versive. Prior to Versive, Mr. Kichen had a nearly 15-year career in the US Intelligence Community as an expert in technical and offensive cyber operations. He was responsible for the design and execution of advanced technical operations all over the world, has extensive experience against denied-area targets, and interacted with the most senior levels of the United States government. He has two Director of National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citations and a National Intelligence Professional Award from the National Counter Proliferation Center, amongst many other awards and commendations bestowed upon him by the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and various federal contractors. He has an undergraduate degree in political science and history and post graduate degree in telecommunications engineering management.

January 29, 2018 | Jason Kichen

Hackers Using AI? An Increase in the FUD Factor

It’s hard to envision hackers, whether skiddies, APTs, or anything in between, using any sort of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) to attack a target network. Despite the availability of these sophisticated technologies, the most simplistic attack tactics continue to work. Enterprises aren’t patching known vulnerabilities; freely available malware can run in memory un-detected;…

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