How to Secure Web Apps Running on Linux EC2 Instance

Posted by Craig Jorgensen on Aug 26, 2020 8:00:00 AM

If your organization is running a web application, you are likely to use EC2. Further, there is a high likelihood your instances are all Linux. Linux systems are robust and a suitable first choice for server applications like a MEAN stack express.js web server, an application built using open source LAMP stack, commercial proprietary software, or basic server using Apache or Nginx. Linux is also very widely used for both SQL and NoSQL database applications like Redis, Mongo, or Postgres or MySQL.

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Topics: AI for Security, Machine Learning, AI, neural networks

How to Use Autoencoder for Anomaly Detection

Posted by Shaswat Anand on Jul 28, 2020 8:00:00 AM

In our previous blogs on Artificial Intelligence and Everyday Life, we learned the basics of how our computers can be trained to think like humans and work like them. Now let’s move on to some actual application of what we learned and understand about one of the most versatile neural network models - The Autoencoder.

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Topics: Artificial Intelligence, anomalies, anomaly detection, neural networks