Cyber-threat Intelligence Gathering & Sharing System

Novel approach:

  • Deep and machine learning techniques
  • Game-theoretic framework to provide recommendations for IoT service providers based on the information regarding vulnerabilities
  • Game-theory and machine learning to create patterns and predict the evolution of malwares and botnets

Intelligence gathering from:

  • Clearnet
  • Deep and dark web

Intelligence sharing to:

  • Organisations
  • SOC teams
  • Security experts
  • LEAs
  • CERTs

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