Malware Data Science explains how to identify, analyze, and classify large-scale malware using machine learning and data visualization.
Joshua Saxe is Chief Data Scientist at major security vendor, Sophos, where he leads a security data science research team. He's also a principal inventor of Sophos' neural network-based malware detector, which defends tens of millions of Sophos customers from malware infections. Before joining Sophos, Joshua spent 5 years leading DARPA funded security data research projects for the US government. Hillary Sanders leads the infrastructure data science team at Sophos, which develops the frameworks used to build Sophos' deep learning models. Before joining Sophos, Hillary created a recipe web app and spent three years as a data scientist at Premise Data Corporation.
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