Jan Bim

Friday
25th October

Jan Bim

We obtain very specific data, namely behavioral graphs that record extensive information about a run of a system. In the current project we aim at both classification of anomalous nodes and identification of an attack vector that lead to their appearance in the graph and thus to execution of anomalous behavior in the system.

PhD Researcher
Czech Technical University in Prague
Talk
14:30
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14:45

Identification of attack vectors from behavioral graphs

We obtain very specific data, namely behavioral graphs that record extensive information about a run of a system. In the current project we aim at both classification of anomalous nodes and identification of an attack vector that lead to their appearance in the graph and thus to execution of anomalous behavior in the system.

In collaboration with:
Petr Kovac (Avast)

Jan Bim is a PhD Researcher at the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague in the Department of Computer Science at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering. He is an expert in AI and evolutionary algorithms, and has carried out extensive research in these fields.

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