Developing computer immune systems using natures models
THE way the body's immune system responds when its cells are under attack has inspired a new way of protecting computer networks from viruses and hackers according to an article in the NewScientist.com news service, 20 May 2006
An intrusion detection system for networks that listens for distress signals from besieged computers is being developed by a team led by computer scientist Uwe Aickelin at the University of Nottingham in the UK
Bioteams Books Reviews
A few months ago I read the book "Leadership and Self-Deception". Then I became a friend of the Arbinger Institute, went through some training with them in London and may be involved with them in the future. So I suppose the book inspired me – here’s why! Guest book review by Mario Gastaldi.