Cyber Resilience, Reinforcement Learning, Network Defence and Reputation Systems

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In the modern age, attackers have become more knowledgeable; computers have continued to pack in more processing power, inadvertently, and they have made cyber attackers more powerful, able to penetrate once thought impenetrable defences. Due to this, organisations are being urged not to rely solely on their defence mechanisms to be able to thwart all attacks thrown at them by hackers. This paper seeks to visit similar and related works that have been done before relevant to cyber resilience, reinforcement learning, and network defence.

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Running head: CYBER SECURITY1Cyber Resilience, Reinforcement Learning, Network Defense and Reputation SystemsNameInstitutionCYBER SECURITY2In the modern age, attackers have become more knowledgeable; computers havecontinued to pack in more processing power, inadvertently, and they have made cyber attackersmore powerful, able to penetrate once thought impenetrable defenses. Due to this, organizationsare being urged not to rely solely on their defense mechanisms to be able to thwart all attacksthrown at them by hackers. This section seeks to visit similar and related works that have beendone before relevant to cyber resilience, reinforcement learning, and network defense.Cyber ResilienceTypes of cyber attacksMegan Sullivan, a technology and security writer for QuickBooks, recently posted acomprehensive article on the inevitable types of cyber-attacks targeting business organizations.According to Sullivan, one type of the cyber-attacks is malware, malicious programs or piecesof code capable of breaching the security of a computer (Sullivan, 2015). The second type shetalked about was phishing attacks whereby attackers pose as a legit third party request forconfidential data from unsuspecting users. She says that the phishers have gotten sosophisticated such that it is hard to tell between the real and the fake requests from third parties(Sullivan, 2015). The third type discussed is the password attacks whereby attackers either try tobypass or crack a
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