We live in a world where everything is vulnerable. Billions of devices are now connected, each with valuable information that bad actors are aggressively looking to exploit. A host of new tools may now be available but they are optimized to address yesterday’s challenges. The second one problem is fixed a new one arises.
What if we could develop language level techniques that remove entire classes of attacks from consideration all together? Or protect against threats with the potential to have widespread impact that we don’t even know exist yet?
In this video, Howard Shrobe, Director of CyberSecurity at MIT CSAIL and instructor of the MIT Professional Education course, “Cybersecurity: Technology, Application and Policy,” talks about some of the most promising, cutting-edge innovations in cybersecurity and shares his thoughts on industry trends driving the need for further training in the field of security.
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