Machine Learning and Cyber Security Resources

comments. There is one huge source of data for using machine learning in cyber security and that is SecRepo. This website contains all sorts of data that you can use. I have not found a better data source for cyber security than this website. Lets go through a few good papers that illustrate the usage of machine learning in cyber security.

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Google Classroom Mobile App

If you are a Google Classroom user and do not have the mobile app you are missing out. The apps do not have all the same features of the browser version, but pretty close. One of the advantages to using Google Classroom is the ability to interact with students anywhere. While I live in California I am sitting in Alaska right now using the Google Classroom mobile app to reply to students and post assignments.

Link: Google Classroom Mobile App
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Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 636 mobile platform

Qualcomm Technologies has unveiled the Snapdragon 636 mobile platform, touting “significant” improvements across performance, gaming, and display. The new mobile platform, announced during the 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong on Tuesday morning by Qualcomm Technologies VP of Product Management Kedar Kondap, utilises the Qualcomm Kryo 260 CPU with a 40 percent device performance increase in comparison to the previous Snapdragon 630.

Link: Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 636 mobile platform
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Microsoft sets Windows 10 Fall Creators Update release date

The next version of Windows 10 finally has a delivery date. The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be available worldwide on Oct. 17. Microsoft announced the drop date on Friday at the IFA event in Berlin where PC partners have been unveiling a slew of Windows 10 systems. The Windows 10 Fall Creator Update is not a massive overhaul of the popular desktop and laptop OS.

Link: Microsoft sets Windows 10 Fall Creators Update release date
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Microsoft Publishes Azure Cloud Service Map to Show Differences with AWS

While Microsoft Azure has enjoyed consistent growth in recent years, it still trails behind Amazon Web Services (AWS), the market leader. With Google tight in third place, the cloud service sector is becoming hugely important. To continue to pry users away from AWS, Microsoft is today published a cloud service map.

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Microsoft publishes new cloud map comparing Azure’s services with Amazon’s

Microsoft Corp. has published a new Azure Cloud Services Map for information technology professionals that lets them compare its range of cloud computing services against those of Amazon Web Services Inc.
Like Amazon, Microsoft’s cloud services portfolios has grown in leaps and bounds over the…

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How Apple, Google and Microsoft are addressing the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability

Ah, WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access): you’ve protected our Wi-Fi so well for so many years now. Unfortunately, that illusion of safety was shattered earlier today when security researcher Mathy Vanhoef reported a vulnerability in the WPA2 handshake protocol that he’s calling KRACK (for “Key Reinstallation Attack).

Link: How Apple, Google and Microsoft are addressing the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability
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