Singapore’s NUS and NTU hit by APT attacks

The cyber attackers were likely out to steal information related to government or research, according to investigations by both universities and the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore.

By Nurdianah Md Nur
May 12, 2017


 "Organisations must therefore turn to 'immune system' technology, underpinned by machine learning and artificial intelligence, to spot APTs and emerging attacks that hide within noisy networks.... [and] go unnoticed by traditional security tools. This 'immune system' technology also automates many of the responses that once required humans, such as isolating a compromised server from the internet for the time being, buying the security team time to investigate the threat," he said.

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