Video Security Unlocked - The Microsoft Security Podcast

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Security Unlocked explores the technology and people powering Microsoft's Security solutions. In each episode, Microsoft Security evangelists Nic Fillingham and Natalia Godyla take a closer look at the latest innovations in threat intelligence, security research, and data science, with a special focus on demystifying artificial intelligence and machine learning. Be sure to listen in and subscribe!
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Where are the security pros? The analysts? The coders? Etc. ? These are PR types, aren't they? :unsure:
In first episode they speak with Arie Agranonik, a Senior Data Scientist in the Microsoft Defender ATP Research team.
Arie make a blog post about the podcast topic:

Edit: i also add more info about the podcast in first post.
 

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Thanks to @Andy Ful, because he first reported about the podcasts:
 

Andy Ful

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This episode shows how different is an attack surface in enterprise networks as compared to the home environment. Much effort is put to filter out the typical network behavior to see if some adversary & non-typical factors are present. The ML models are trained to ignore typical network work and can focus on untypical behavior patterns. These untypical patterns have to be evaluated and the most important behavior patterns are visible for the administrator as informative alerts.
The difference with the home environment is like teaching a thousand musicians to play a cosmic opera as compared to teaching a child to play étude.:)
 

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This episode is included in Microsoft Digital Defense Report, September 2020 (the chapter "The state of cybercrime" in the section "Machine learning in security"):
  • Preparing your industry for attacks on machine learning systems
  • Leveraging machine learning to reduce alert fatigue
  • Democratizing machine learning in security with SOC-ML
  • Leveraging anomaly detection for post-breach detection
 

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Where are the security pros? The analysts? The coders? Etc. ? These are PR types, aren't they? :unsure:
Much of what the PR people present is based upon Microsoft's Windows Security division infos and external researches - such as Casey Smith, Matt Graeber, Matt Nelson, Alex Ionescu, and many others. Also organizations such as MITRE. These people and organizations, plus their recommended best practices, are referenced in Microsoft Docs as well as internal docs.
 
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