On October 29, 1969 the first message was sent across ARPANET and is widely considered the birth of the internet. Since that day the internet has grown and evolved into a worldwide network connecting all sorts of devices ranging from personal computers, cell phones, watches, and even refrigerators. On November 2nd 1988 Robert Morris unleashed the Morris worm and became the first person to be convicted under the 1986 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Ever since the Morris worm, attackers have evolved along with the evolution of the internet and have grown from single users to entire criminal organizations and nation states, each with their own end goals and agenda. Each attacker brings their own set of skills, varying levels of sophistication, and resources that can be used in an attack scenario. With the ever evolving threat landscape, new technology is required to be developed to protect end users from the various threat actors to ensure client systems confidentiality, integrity, and availability.