Improved Vulnerability Detection using Deep Representation Learning

Today’s software is more vulnerable to cyber attacks than ever before. The number of recorded vulnerabilities has almost constantly increased since the early 90s. The strong competition on the software market along with many innovative technologies getting released every year forces modern software companies to spend more resources on development and less resources on software quality and testing. In 2017 alone, 14.500 new vulnerabilities were recorded by the CVE (Common Vulnerability and Exposures) database, compared to the 6.000 from the previous year. This will continue in the years to come. [1]

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Cloud Security – Part 2: The vulnerabilities and threats of the cloud, current scientific work on cloud security, conclusion and outlook

I’m glad to welcome you to the second part of two blog posts about cloud security. In the first part, we looked at the current cloud market and learned about the concepts and technologies of the cloud. Thus, we created a basis for the areas of this post in which we will now deal with the vulnerabilities and threats of the cloud, have a look at current scientific work on the topic and finally conclude with a résumé and an outlook.

Once again, I wish you to enjoy reading! 🙂
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