This will be a hands-on session using a real-world dataset!
- Live Session| 7th June 2020, 5:00 pm CET (locate time in your timezone here)
- Duration: 1-1.5 hrs | Speaker: Julián Darío Miranda-Calle, Professor, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana
- Note: This is a community-driven initiative and there is no participation fee.
This session is a part of DPhi Data Science bootcamp and it will be delivered by Mr Julián Darío Miranda-Calle. Julian is a professor of computing, mathematics, and architecture of operating systems. He is also a researcher in Data Science, Machine Learning, and signal processing, applied to seismic events processing and cybersecurity analysis, among other fields.
There are billions of people on the Internet, carrying out all sorts of activities – chatting with friends & loved ones, playing games, sharing a family function photographs & videos, buying & selling things, sending confidential business information, and many other things that you can think. When there are so many things – many of them very sensitive & important – happening on the Internet, it is impossible to even think that bad guys with bad intentions are not lurking out there!
These bad actions on the Internet are inspired by BIG incentives – there might be people who want to siphon off money from people’s bank account, there might be rouge nations who want to steal the top business & security secrets of other nations, there might be rouge businesses who want to steal competition’s plan.
Well, do not take our words for this (you should not if you are a data scientist 😉); according to data by cybersolutions.com, there are more than 158,000 cyber attacks every hour! Take a moment & imagine that number – it is more than 40 cyberattacks per second!
Well, when the threat is so big & lurking every nook & corner, it becomes a top priority to be watchful! It is very important to ask – how do I identify a cyber attack? Is there a pattern? Can I crack down on it even before it occurs (remember Minority Report?)
Well, we will be exploring the above attacks/aspects using a real dataset during the session!
Who all can attend?
The session is open to all – data science explorers, enthusiasts, and experts. And if you’re someone from the cybersecurity field, it is a must to attend for you.
If you’re interested, kindly fill out the below form. See you at the session! 🙂