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Dark Web AI is bringing Dark Web Intelligence to your desktop

Come join a discussion with two industry leaders in the converging worlds of Dark Web Scanning and Artificial Intelligence. Learn how Intelligent agents can work from your desktop to scan the dark web for your stolen data.

If you want to listen recorded webinar in BrightTalk, please click the link: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/14987/257367

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Dark Web AI is bringing Dark Web Intelligence to your desktop

  1. 1. © 2012 Veloxiti™ Dark Web AI is bringing Dark Web Intelligence to your desktop Ross Everett Larry Lafferty President and Chief Executive Officer at Veloxiti IT and Project Management Consultant Moderated by: Alex Buffington ITPG Secure Compliance EVP – Sales and Operations Larry Lafferty Learn how Intelligent agents can work from your desktop to scan the dark web for your stolen data.
  2. 2. Artificial Intelligence is the science of emulating human intelligence ■ Intelligence is generally viewed as the ability to: ▶ Sense and perceive ▶ Respond to situations flexibly ▶ Make sense out of ambiguous and contradictory information ▶ Recognize relative importance of different elements of situations ▶ Find similarities between situations despite differences ▶ Make rational decisions based on observations ■ We can apply a variety of AI techniques in a Dark Web strategy
  3. 3. Deep Neural Networks are a machine learning technology ■ Neural Network objective is to solve a problem and learn over time with increasing data input… ■ …by mimicking the brain function – specifically the neuron/synapse model ■ Google’s face recognition capability is an example Neural Networks DEFINITION: An AI system that uses neuron paradigm of the brain to learn, find and recognize patterns
  4. 4. Neural Networks are based on the neuron and synapse structure of the human brain… ■ General brain architecture: ▶ Many (relatively) slow neurons, interconnected ▶ Dendrites serve as input devices (receive electrical impulses from other neurons) ▶ Cell body "sums" inputs from the dendrites (possibly inhibiting or exciting) ▶ If sum exceeds some threshold, the neuron fires an output impulse along axon ▶ Synapses connect axons and therefore connects neurons ■ Though brain neurons can only “fire” or “not fire” – representing a “1” or a “0” – it is capable of processing amazing complexity Neural Networks
  5. 5. Layered neural networks are the basis for Deep Learning ■ Some patterns cannot be recognized by single perceptron layer ■ However, by adding additional layers of perceptrons, network can develop complex feature detectors ■ For example, consider Optical character recognition (OCR) Neural Networks
  6. 6. Natural Language Processing is a kind of machine learning ■ Deep understanding is still out of reach ■ However, NLP does enable us to ▶ Recognize entities – persons, places, things, organizations ▶ Recognize topics ▶ Perform sentiment analysis, include trends, changes in trends, etc. Natural Language Processing DEFINITION: NLP systems extract meaning from text
  7. 7. What about higher-level reasoning? ■ Intelligent Agents continuously perform several functions: ▶ Perceive dynamic conditions in an environment ▶ Evaluate those conditions in light of a belief system ▶ When belief system reasons action must be taken… ▶ …either propose an action or initiate action in pursuit of a goal (bounded authority) Intelligent Agent DEFINITION: An artificial intelligence system that can perceive its environment, interpret the situation and make decisions in pursuit of accomplishing a goal
  8. 8. John Boyd’s OODA loop models dynamic problem solving ■ Represents how an aviator can and should think about situations Intelligent Agents ■ Continuous adaptation to continuously changing situations is the key principle in Boyd’s OODA loop
  9. 9. What is the Dark Web? ■ Surface vs. Deep web ■ Dark web access methods ■ Botnets vs. Active Sites ■ Criminal Sites
  10. 10. Using the Dark Web for Defense ■ Crawlers ■ Offense informs Defense ■ Special talents on the Dark Web ■ Business Intelligence
  11. 11. What are We Searching For? ■ Markers ■ Hashing ■ Successive searches
  12. 12. The Dark Web as Part of a Strategy ■ The Dark Web can only do so much ■ Work with other groups and actors ■ Make sure you’re ready for bad news DarkWebAI.com is developing a new tool for leveraging the Dark Web