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Gamifying machine learning for stronger security and AI models - Microsoft Security

Today, we’d like to share some results from these experiments. We are open sourcing the Python source code of a research toolkit we call CyberBattleSim, an experimental research project that investigates how autonomous agents operate in a simulated enterprise environment using high-level abstraction of computer networks and cybersecurity concepts. The toolkit uses the Python-based OpenAI Gym interface to allow training of automated agents using reinforcement learning algorithms. The code is available here: https://github.com/microsoft/CyberBattleSim

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Has any work on CyberBattleSim been published as a research paper? I'd like to be able to understand a bit more about the work and hopefully reference it.