In 2016, more than three billion passwords were harvested from breaches by criminals in the U.S., according to Shape Security."Criminals exchange passwords on the Dark Web and use a technique called credential stuffing to apply passwords to targeted web domains and automatically attempt authentication for tens of thousands of compromised passwords," Routh
Topic: Machine Learning
Machine learning (ML) may well be The Next Big Thing, but it has yet to register in mainstream enterprise adoption. While breathless prognosticators proclaim 50% of organisations lining up to magically transform themselves in 2017 with ML, more canny observers put the number closer to 15%. And that's being generous.
Machine learning for network intrusion detection is an area of ongoing and active research (see references in  for a representative selection), however nearly all results in this area are empirical in nature, and despite the significant amount of work that has been performed in this area, very few such systems have received nearly the widespread support