SecuML is a Python tool that aims to foster the use of Machine Learning in Computer Security. It is distributed under the GPL2+ license.
It allows security experts to train detection models easily and comes with a web user interface to visualize the results and interact with the models. SecuML can be applied to any detection problem. It requires as input numerical features representing each instance. It supports binary labels (malicious vs. benign) and categorical labels which represent families of malicious or benign behaviours.
Benefits of SecuML
SecuML relies on scikit-learn to train the Machine Learning models and offers the additionnal features:
- Web user interface
diagnosis and interaction with Machine Learning models (active learning, rare category detection)
- Hide some of the Machine Learning machinery
automation of data loading, feature standardization, and search of the best hyperparameters
What you can do with SecuML
- Training and diagnosing a detection model before deployment with DIADEM
- Annotating a dataset with a reduced workload with ILAB
- Exploring a dataset interactively with rare category detection
- Computing descriptive statistics of each feature
See the sphinx documentation for more detail.
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AAAI Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Computer Security (AICS 2018).
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International Symposium on Research in Attacks, Intrusions and Defenses (RAID 2017).
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Symposium sur la sécurité des technologies de l'information et des communications (SSTIC 2017).
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Ph.D. thesis, École Normale Superieure (2018)
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