Text mining for cyber attack forensics

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 27, 2016 12:44:33 PM / by Tita Risueño posted in Deep Linguistic Analysis

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According to last year data there are 1,5 million cyber attacks per year, overall it may not sound much but it amounts to 4000 attacks every day or around 200 per hour. Some of them can be irrelevant or small enough to get noticed, however other they can create chaos and millionaire losses for the companies affected; like the cyber-attack that took place last Friday affecting big market players. 

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Natural Language Processing for beginners

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 13, 2016 1:45:24 PM / by Tita Risueño posted in NLP

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You may have read the NLP abbreviation lately, but even if it is related to terms like Big Data or Data Discovery maybe you haven’t realized what it stands for or even that you are using it daily.

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Are booleans the best option to analyze text?

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 6, 2016 10:58:30 AM / by Tita Risueño posted in Text Categorization

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Last week we introduced you a controversial topic: how to achieve higher accuracy while doing text categorization? We explained the two most popular approaches to approach this challenge, namely keyword matching and linguistics.

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