National Cybersecurity Consortium invests in Cybersecurity at U of G

Posted on Monday, November 6th, 2023

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University of Guelph's Dr. Ali Dehghantanha has been awarded $30,000 to support a project called "AI-based Cyber Threat Intel and Executive Reporting: Delivering Accurate and Actionanle Insights. The research will collaborate with Cooperators Group and Brandon University. 

Project Description

This project will develop a Machine Learning (ML)-based platform that leverages threat information and adversarial tactics to enhance and expedite CTI procedures. Using deep learning, the platform analyzes diverse threat information and employs text-generation capabilities to create professional reports for both technical and executive audiences. The platform supports the CS team by offering dialogue-based assistance, actionable recommendations, and conversations, thereby improving the quality of CS services and reducing the time needed for cyber triage.

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