The Cyber Science Lab (CSL), a non-profit research facility, operates within the Canada Cyber Foundry (CCF) at the School of Computer Science, University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Its primary focus is on the innovative field of autonomous cybersecurity. This area involves creating systems that independently manage tasks usually performed by human cyber defenders. These tasks include safeguarding networks, identifying malicious activities, and responding to cyber threats. These advanced systems are engineered to function at the speeds necessary to mitigate digital attacks, often surpassing human capabilities. CSL’s broader objectives encompass the development of self-learning and self-repairing systems. These systems are equipped to handle various security tasks simultaneously, such as agents that can adapt and learn from new cyber threats, providing either augmented or fully automated responses. We are specifically focused on the following domains in autonomous cybersecurity:

 

Autonomous Cybersecurity Defence and Protection

Autonomous Cybersecurity Defence and Protection

“Autonomous Cybersecurity Defence and Protection” as a research field involves identifying threats and implementing both technical and...

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Autonomous Security Monitoring, Threat Hunting, and Adversary Detection

Autonomous Security Monitoring, Threat Hunting, and Adversary Detection

“Autonomous Security Monitoring, Threat Hunting, and Adversary Detection” as a research field merges concepts from machine learning...

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Autonomous Cyber Incident Response and Recovery

Autonomous Cyber Incident Response and Recovery

“Autonomous Cyber Incident Response and Recovery” as a research area involves developing systems and methodologies that enable automatic response...

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