Combating Distributed Malware Through Machine Learning

In this special guest feature, Karthik Krishnan, Vice President of Product Management at Niara, discusses how machine learning is an option that’s gaining popularity to detect cyber attacks given its effectiveness in classifying and clustering attack activity, even within large event data streams. Karthik is responsible for driving product strategy and direction as well as customer engagements. He helped to drive the initial framework for the Niara Security Analytics Platform. Before joining Niara, he served as vice president of product management at Embrane, acquired by Cisco in 2015, and senior director of product management at PGP, acquired by Symantec in 2010. Karthik also spent five years at Juniper as the director of product management, driving product strategy, sales and customer engagements for Juniper’s Access Control products.  Cyber attacks have increased in sophistication, with cybercriminals using multi-stage techniques to…


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