Turning Zero-Day into D-Day for Cybersecurity Threats

Share   1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 Deep Learning: Combating Zero-Day Threats Click through for a closer look at the explosion of zero-day threats and how deep learning can help organizations better protect their valuable cyber assets, as identified by Guy Caspi, CEO of Deep Instinct. “Zero-day” is a term used to describe the culprit behind many of the security breaches we hear about almost daily  in the news. But what exactly does it mean? Zero-day — the first or “zeroth” day — refers to the point in time a security hole in code is revealed to hackers or cybersecurity professionals (e.g., a developer, researcher, software programmer). The term comes from the Warez scene (warez being slang for wares — an abbreviation for computer software) where computer underground circles distribute unauthorized releases of copyrighted work…


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