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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/16/2018 5:09:56 PM
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Re: DDOS
@batye: That is correct. All we could hope for is better and efficient security that has simple configurations to deal with.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/16/2018 5:06:50 PM
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Re: Automated Security
This is so true. Security alert messages or emails in enterprise world could be overwhelming. But the common issues could be - messages get deleted without even reading or even a key person missing from distribution list. That may end up as a serious issue.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
5/16/2018 5:01:32 PM
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Re: Next step
@Joe.S: I guess that is right. That could be the most feasible option we can think of at present.

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batye
batye
5/3/2018 12:44:28 AM
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Re: DDOS
@ms.akkineni I hope at the end we get better secure system's with secure devices connected securly ... but time will tell - how everything will play out... 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/2/2018 8:14:48 PM
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Re: Automated Security
@ms.a: Automation is necessary simply as a matter of scale. The number of security alerts that enterprise IT has to deal with is mind boggling -- and research indicates that about a third of enterprise-IT organizations are ignoring more than half of their security alerts.

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/2/2018 8:13:20 PM
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Re: Next step
@ms.a: Fortunately, for now, in some cases, considering that network AI can detect bot behavior, the solution can be as simple as a complete banning of bots from the network (at least, bots not expressly whitelisted) -- without having to deal with making sure your AI is sophisticated enough to tell the difference between good bots and bad bots.

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LarryLoeb
LarryLoeb
4/30/2018 9:43:59 AM
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Re: DDOS
@ms.akkineni

The big part of this kind of effort is that it is general in outlook, not just one specific IoT device. It takes whatever traffic is generated and then looks for variants from the base.

This could be a really useful way to deal with IoT since it is so variable in execution.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2018 8:06:18 AM
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DDOS
Test outcomes mentioned sound really impressive and promising. That response time and accuracy percentage certainly makes us consumers to really look forward.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2018 8:02:16 AM
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Re: Next step
@Joe.S: That's true. And that bothers me a lot. As we tend to move towards none to very little human intervention makes me kind of nervous. May be because we are yet to see good level of maturity with in automation space, be it security, autonomous cars etc.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
4/30/2018 7:58:48 AM
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Automated Security
I see that automation is considered a huge benefit but in the back of my mind i am little skeptical. Are we comfortable to have security automated yet? May not be till we see it working in the form of real time examples.

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