Recorded Future has joined CrowdStrike and Google atop Forrester's external threat intelligence services rankings, while Kaspersky tumbled from the leaders category. Leading threat intelligence providers have expanded into adjacent use cases such as brand protection and vulnerability management.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity and privacy issues including highlights of interviews at Black Hat 2023, lessons learned from the success of the Lapsus$ cybercrime group's attacks and why Check Point is buying startup Perimeter 81 for $490 million.
Next-gen solutions are a key component of zero trust security strategy to help mitigate zero-day malware attacks. Imran Bashir, director of technical marketing at Palo Alto Networks, discussed countering evolving threats, securing access and leveraging AI/ML to strengthen cybersecurity.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Oliver Tavakoli, CTO at Vectra AI, discusses ways that discriminative AI technology can filter out all of the noise from the massive volume of alerts from a portfolio of cybersecurity tools.
Hackers wielding generative artificial intelligence tools have yet to pose a serious cybersecurity risk, say researchers at Google's threat intelligence group Mandiant, as they sound the alarm instead about a rise in information operations featuring AI-generated fake images and video.
Various "dark" generative artificial intelligence tools purportedly help criminals more quickly amass victims. Guess what? They've all gone bust, if they weren't simply outright scams - in part because legitimate tools can be "jailbroken" to achieve similar results. What are they really achieving?
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Alex Waintraub, DFIR expert evangelist at CYGNVS, discusses how generative AI will play a role in the future of incident response - and in all aspects of cybersecurity - and emphasizes its dangers as well as its benefits.
Protect AI bought one of the world's largest certified naming authorities to create a bug bounty platform focused exclusively on AI and ML open-source software. The acquisition will allow customers to discover exploits in the AI or ML supply chain weeks before they're publicly revealed.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss the White House's debut of a $20 million contest to exterminate bugs with AI, a New York man admitting to being behind the Bitfinex hack, and a new malware campaign that is targeting newbie cybercriminals in order to steal sensitive information.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Aaron Cockerill of Lookout discussed the benefits and concerns associated with generative AI and how to solve challenges related to zero-day attacks, misconfigurations, the cyber skills gap and privacy.
U.S. President Joe Biden signed an executive order limiting investment in Chinese companies that develop advanced technologies including artificial intelligence. The order is the latest national security barrier the United States has mounted against Chinese access to American markets and investment.
The White House has launched an Artificial Intelligence Cyber Challenge, backed by DARPA and offering nearly $20 million in prizes, to develop a new generation of tools that can rapidly find and fix software vulnerabilities in both commercial and open-source code.
Citing several growing concerns, Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., on Tuesday sent a letter quizzing Google CEO Sundar Pichai about how the tech giant is applying privacy, trust and ethical "guardrails" around the development and use of its generative AI product, Med-PaLM 2, in patient care settings.
Collaborative AI - the process of one AI model learning from another - is one of the most effective ways for financial institutions to fight the sophisticated techniques fraudsters use for scams, said Johan Gerber, executive vice president of security and cyber innovation at Mastercard.
Generative AI can detect malicious behavior undetectable by traditional forms of AI such as adversaries stealing sensitive data by sticking it in images, said Netskope CEO Sanjay Beri. Netskope has over 50 machine-learning models in production and has debuted AI-based DLP and threat detection tools.