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June 29, 2018

DarkReading.com

Natural Language Processing Fights Social Engineers

By Kelly Sheridan

Social engineering is a common problem with few solutions. Now, two researchers are trying to bring down attackers' success rate with a new tool designed to leverage natural language processing (NLP) to detect questions and commands and determine whether they are malicious.

Ian Harris, professor at the University of California, Irvine, and Marcel Carlsson, principal consultant at Lootcore, decided to combat social engineering attacks after many years of friendship and discussions around how effective but poorly researched they were.

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Natural Language Processing Fights Social Engineers


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