CYBERSECURITY

ALL CYBERSECURITY NEWS

With the new tool, companies can assess why employees click on phishing emails

The NIST tool can help companies test their employees’ phishing skills Researchers at the US National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a …

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Dark Web Intelligence company Terbium raises an additional $ 6 million from Glasswing

Terbium Labs, which is focused on dark internet intelligence, recently announced a $ 6 million investment led by Glasswing Ventures. This brings the company’s total …

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Mozilla fixes a bug that could allow attackers to hijack Firefox for Android over WiFi

Attackers could have exploited the bug to steal victims’ credentials or install malware on their devices Mozilla has fixed a security issue that could allow …

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Thoughts on AI and security from Bruce Schneier at AI World

Bruce Schneier is scary smart. The things he talks about – AI weapons, remote hacking of airliners and self-driving cars, malicious alteration of medical records …

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The alarm was raised about security risks in the online voting system

According to a study, bad actors could manipulate ballots submitted through OmniBallot without being detected by voters, election officials or the developer of the tool …

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Allure Security closes $ 5.3 million in funding for the Seed Round

Allure Security today announced the completion of a $ 5.3 million seed capital round. (Allure executives are listed above.) The company will use the investment …

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Endangered remote access: Pandemic attracts more cyber crooks to the brute forcing game

Poorly secured remote access primarily attracts ransomware gangs, but it can also provide access to miners and back doors The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed …

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Cybersecurity suppliers innovate to bring AI-based products to market

If you want to understand what’s happening to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity, you’ve come to the right place on this week’s news. On Monday, …

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Hundreds were arrested after police cracked an encrypted chat network

European police infiltrate EncroChat, continue cracking down on criminal kingpins and confiscate weapons, drugs, cars and millions in cash Law enforcement agencies in Europe recently …

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How AI can identify new malware as quickly as it can detect cats

From ransomware to botnets, malware takes on seemingly endless forms and spreads forever. Try as we can, the people who would protect our computers from …

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Data breach reports are down a third in the first half of 2020

However, Identity Theft Resource Center doesn’t expect the trend to continue While cyber criminals were busy targeting people with various types of COVID-19-related scams, the …

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Struggling through the hype to define how AI can contribute to cybersecurity

The enormous go In the exhibition halls of the recent RSA security conference in San Francisco, it was easy to get the impression that digital …

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Connecting a Weird USB Drive – What Could Possible Go Wrong?

Although it is recommended that you return a found USB flash drive, you should avoid taking unnecessary risks so that your device does not become …

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Companies face hackers around AI cybersecurity

The mantra of modern technology is to continuously improve and innovate. It makes sense to look for better ways to carry out processes, actions, and …

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Google is adding security improvements to Gmail, Meet, and Chat

The tech giant is introducing its own version of verified accounts in Gmail, introducing advanced moderation controls in Meet, and improving phishing protection in chat …

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To share or not to share: that is the big data question

Share file. Gesture of the finger pressing the share button on a computer keyboard; Shutterstock ID 319332548 Between this year’s announcements about Facebook’s lax data …

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The Premier League team just about avoid losing £ 1 million to scammers

In another case, ransomware attackers almost forced a game to be canceled, according to a report Sports organizations across the UK have been urged to …

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Proceed with caution with AI for cybersecurity

By Martin Giles, MIT Technology Review As I walked through the exhibition space at this week’s massive Black Hat cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas, I …

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The FBI warns of disruptive DDoS reinforcement attacks

The Bureau expects that cyber criminals will increasingly misuse new threat vectors for large-scale DDoS attacks The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has issued a …

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Here are 6 tools that AI are using for cybersecurity

Recently, many companies have experienced serious downtimes due to undiscovered malware, deeplockers, which secretly avoided even the toughest cybersecurity measures. Deeplocker uses the AI ​​model …

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Blackbaud data breach: what you should know

Please note the following if your personal data has been compromised by the cloud software provider during the breach Is another data breach current enough …

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Black Hat 2020: Fixing Voting Problems – Boiling the Ocean?

Can the security of the elections be strengthened in view of the big election day ahead? If so, how? After the Black Hat keynote on …

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We need to examine the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence

When I was growing up, one of my favorite films was Steven Spielberg’s minority report. I was intrigued by the idea that a crime can …

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What does a data breach cost?

According to an annual IBM study, the price is higher if the incident revealed customer data or was the result of a malicious attack The …

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Apple’s Tim Cook warns of the “Data Industrial Complex”

Apple CEO Tim Cook has joined the chorus of voices and warns that data itself is turned against people and societies. He argues that the …

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Google will test new features in Chrome to help curb phishing

The web browser only shows domain names to help identify fraudulent websites Google is testing a new feature in the Google Chrome web browser that …

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According to the head of BT Global Security, AI plays a vital role in network security

Ben Azvine, the global director of security research and innovation at BT (formerly British Telecom), has been at the center of the latest developments in …

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How to prepare and protect your digital legacy

It’s never too soon to plan for what will happen to your digital presence after you pass away Forgive me for writing about what may …

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Washington Must Adopt AI Soon; Millions of dollars at stake

From US Representative Will Hurd, R-Texas Since recently holding a series of Congressional hearings on artificial intelligence (AI), I’ve asked voters, friends, and strangers what …

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Lead‑offering business booming as usual!

…but there are no conferences or exhibitions??? Being a regular presenter and visitor at conferences and exhibitions, it is not unusual for me to get …

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AI at Work for Microsoft, Cisco, IBM to Defend Against Cyberattacks

Employees at FedEx in the U.S., Telefónica in Spain and the National Health Service in the U.K. opened their work computers one day in May 2017 to …

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McAfee CTO on election hacking, cryptojacking and quantum security

Steve Grobman, CTO, McAfee Election hacking. Information war. Conflicting Artificial Intelligence. All of the worrisome issues are on Steve Grobman’s mind these days. However, McAfee’s …

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Here are cybersecurity predictions for 2019: Artificial Intelligence

WatchGuard Threat Lab research team AI-powered chatbots are villains In 2019, cyber criminals and black hat hackers will create malicious chatbots on legitimate websites to …

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New Chrome and Firefox versions fix security gaps and offer productivity functions

Chrome offers a new way to manage tabs, while Firefox now includes a new blocklist for add-ons Google and Mozilla have each released new stable …

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Five tools that use AI for cybersecurity

AI is used by attackers, for example inside deeplocker malware, who avoid a strict cyber security mechanism by using AI models to attack target hosgts …

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The PIN verification for contactless payments with Visa can be bypassed through security gaps

The vulnerability could allow criminals to bring fraudulent charges on the cards without knowing the PINs A team of researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute …

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McAfee CTO Steve Grobman is Wary of AI Models for Cybersecurity

Artificial intelligence continues to permeate the information security industry, but Steve Grobman has reservations about the technology’s limitations and effectiveness. Grobman, senior vice president and …

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Guide to Your Personal Data and Who Is Using It – From Wired

ON THE INTERNET, the personal data users give away for free is transformed into a precious commodity. The puppy photos people upload train machines to be …

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Norway’s parliament struck by hackers

Unknown threat actors were able to exfiltrate information from the email accounts of several parliamentarians Norway’s parliament, also known as the Storting, disclosed on Tuesday …

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Microsoft debuts deepfake detection tool

As the US presidential election nears, the company’s new tech should also help assure people that an image or video is authentic Microsoft has announced …

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