"Ontological Semantic Technology for Detecting Insider Threat and Social Engineering"
Victor Raskin & Julia Taylor - Purdue University
Apr 28, 2010Size: 451.7MB
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AbstractThe paper describes a computational system, an application and implementation of the mature Ontological Semantic Technology, for detecting unintentional inferences in casual unsolicited and unrestricted verbal output of individuals, potentially responsible for leaked classified information to people with unauthorized access. Uses of the system for cases of insider threat and/or social engineering are discussed.
About the SpeakerVictor Raskin is a Distinguished Professor of English and Linguistics at Purdue, who also is an Associate Director for Graduate Education at CERIAS and has a courtesy appointment in CS. He holds a Ph.D. (1970) from the Lomonosov Moscow State University in mathematical and computational linguistics. A co-founder of Ontological Semantics, with his former Ph.D. advisee Sergei Nirenburg, he has authored, co-authored, edited, etc. some 20 books and over 200 papers in the are of theoretical and computational semantics and their applications. He has also consulted a number of businesses implementing applications of Ontological Semantics.
Julia M. Taylor is a Visiting Scholar at CERIAS and Linguistics at Purdue University and a leading designer for the Text Analytics application of the Ontological Semantics Technology at RiverGlass, Inc. She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Cincinnati (2008). She has published over 30 papers on knowledge representation, fuzzy logic, and, of course, the Ontological Semantic Technology and its applications and is working on a book about computational joke detection system.
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