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The democratization of AI has proved to be a double-edged sword - both enabling cyberattacks and defending against them. Generative AI can help organizations effectively correlate signals, identify threats and deploy countermeasures before attacks escalate, said Fleming Shi, CTO at Barracuda.
Threat clusters can be used to identify patterns of malicious behavior that traditional attribution in cybersecurity strategies could miss. These patterns can be used to develop early warning systems and prioritize resources for investigation and response, said John Shier, field CTO at Sophos.
DDoS attacks often disrupt the normal functioning of a targeted server, service or network by overwhelming it with a flood of traffic. KillNet, a collective of Russian-aligned hacktivists known for its DDoS attacks, gained attention by successfully taking down several U.S. government websites.
The advent of generative AI has increased the importance of enterprise browsers as the interface through which users interact with this technology. Enterprise browsers have gained prominence with their role in organizational workflows, which had been somewhat overlooked in the past.
Historically, IT and physical security teams have served in separate areas, but that is changing due to emerging threats such as a drone that landed on a firm's roof to steal data. Both teams need to be alerted to threats, said Kelly Rein, senior director of product at Claro Enterprise Solutions.
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ChatGPT set the world on fire six months ago, and since then a slew of companies have released features or products built on or around generative AI - some of them completely legitimate and some of them little more than snake oil. Does AI makes sense everywhere for everything? Absolutely not.
The ongoing rise in open source vulnerabilities and software supply chain attacks poses a growing threat to businesses, which heavily rely on applications for success. Between 70 and 90 percent of organizations’ code base is open source, while vulnerabilities such as Log4j have significantly exposed organizations...
Companies are increasingly concerned about the security of applications built on open source components, especially when they’re involved in mergers and acquisitions. Just like copyright for works of art, each piece of open source software has a license that states legally binding conditions for its use. Licenses...
It has become a cliche in payments circles: Faster payments equals faster fraud. But John Filby and Yogesh Patel of Outseer say behavioral biometrics and generative AI are among the emerging technologies fueling new ways to empower layered defenses.
Warning: Hackers are actively exploiting a flaw in Adobe's ColdFusion rapid web application development platform to execute malicious code. While Adobe attempted to patch the flaw, researchers say attackers appear to have found a way to bypass it by chaining together multiple flaws.