Lupovis of Glasgow, Scotland-based start-up and a spin-out from the University of Strathclyde – has announced a pre-seed grant of more than £ 615,000 (just under $ 850,000).
This is approximately twice the amount of pre-seed seed support. The funds will be used to develop new AI-based fraudulent technologies. Lupovis collects TTP attackers on the website and uses AI to determine the level of attacker’s technology. It can then change the level of deception to match the skills of the attacker. The impact keeps the attacker sitting safely in the network while the defender learns more about the abuser.
Source: Security Week
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