Autonomous cyber defenses coming to the Army

By Jaspreet Gill  
September 10, 2019 at 10:34 AM
The Army is leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning into new autonomous cyber defenses, according to service officials in the C5ISR Center's Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate. Col. Brian Lyttle, chief of the Cyber Security and Information Assurance division, told Inside Defense last week the service is looking to develop a prototype software that protects artificial intelligence machinery from being "poisoned" by an adversary that can work in a disconnected tactical network. "We identified a while back [that] machine...

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