How DOD Is Experimenting with AI for Enhanced Cybersecurity

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BALTIMORE—The Defense Information Systems Agency is looking to expand the way it uses artificial intelligence to detect signs of intrusion on DOD networks much faster and sooner. 

Deepak Seth, the technical lead for emerging technologies at DISA, told conferencegoers at AFCEA’s TechnetCyber conference that the agency wants to take all the data it can collect within DOD networks at different endpoints and have “an AI model, help… predict or process all that and then give us some information that it will take a human a lot longer.” He said the agency is working with DARPA on the Cyber Hunting at Scale, or CHASE, program. 

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