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Cybersecurity Advent Calendar: Let Santa Claus In, Keep Hackers Away!

Santa is about to come down the chimney soon, but there are potential entry points into your home and digital life that you should never …

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New study shows that Americans do not trust AI systems

It might be brilliant, but it’s not that trustworthy. This seems to be the American opinion when it comes to artificial intelligence systems. After all, …

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Cyber ​​attackers could trick scientists into producing dangerous substances

Without ever setting foot in the lab, a threat actor could lure DNA researchers into creating pathogens. This emerges from a study that describes “a …

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AI could help predict cyber attacks

Cyber ​​attacks have been on the news a lot lately. From cases of ransomware holding hospital records being taken hostage to the hack that crippled …

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Google trains its AI as a security guard for Android

IF ADRIAN LUDWIG describes the ideal approach to computer security, he pulls out an analogy. But it’s not a castle, a firewall or a moat …

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Google is developing a backup plan for rogue AI

With Artificial Intelligence surpassing milestones in its ability to quickly learn from its surroundings and to beat people in tasks and games from Jeopardy to …

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The potential impact of AI on security

Whether or not you believe that the rise of artificial intelligence heralds the fourth industrial revolution, you certainly cannot deny that it will have a …

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Cylance, Unicorn hits $ 1 billion valuation after raising $ 100 million

“If you can’t beat them, join them” might not sound like the most encouraging pitch for a cybersecurity company, but a startup called Cylance created …

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Google is testing post-quantum cryptography for Chrome

Google is testing post-quantum cryptography to protect itself from hackers who may one day use quantum computers to break the security protocol used in HTTPS. …

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Is AI the next frontier in security technology?

It sounds like science fiction; Computerized systems that can learn behavior patterns and make predictions about future incidents in both the physical and virtual world. …

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10 Hot Security Technologies Companies Need Now

Over the past 35 years, security technology offerings have come in five major “waves” of development – each with the aim of protecting themselves from …

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Predictive analytics combined with machine learning can improve security

Cybersecurity experts and analysts are constantly trying to keep up with changes and trends in the volatile and ever-changing landscape of IT security. Despite the …

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Using AI to attack cyberthreats

SparkCognition, a company that applies machine learning to predictive analytics, has partnered with Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) to develop an automated threat …

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5 Findings from the 2020 (ISC) 2 Cybersecurity Workforce Study

From the impact of the pandemic on cybersecurity careers to worker job satisfaction, the report offers a number of interesting findings For the first time …

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AI image recognition is imperfect and raises security concerns

OUR MACHINERY ARE littered with security flaws because programmers are human. People make mistakes. When creating the software that powers these computer systems, code can …

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Apple to competitors to improve data security

Ten years ago, Microsoft researchers pioneered a breakthrough approach to protecting privacy in the age of big data. Later this year, her idea, known as …

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ZeroFox can create Tweets that you never know are spam

Last month, some people tweeting about Pokémon Go became ignorant of the subject in an experiment that could predict a worrying new breed of online …

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Combating Insider Threats with Data Science

Insider threats are the top cybersecurity threats facing businesses, organizations, and government agencies. This is what you hear a lot at security conference keynotes and …

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How Carnegie Mellon University Can Help You Control Your Privacy

With the advent of the Internet age, it was quickly becoming impractical to control your personal information without severing both the Internet and cellular cables. …

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The rise of AI in cybersecurity

Cyberspace is an increasingly hostile environment. In 2015, a PwC study with US organizations found that 79 percent of respondents discovered a security incident during …

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Cloning an AI

In the burgeoning In the field of computer science known as machine learning, engineers often refer to the artificial intelligences they create as “black box” …

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AI can lend itself to malicious use

Computers really become like humans: just because they’re smart doesn’t mean they don’t do terrible things. As John Markoff writes, the kind of artificial intelligence …

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AI and machine learning are key to protecting corporate IT

Machine learning and AI could be key to protecting corporate IT from the advancing cybersecurity threats, said Stuart McClure, CEO of Cylance, on Tuesday. According …

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As AI evolves, it can expand the vulnerabilities of the online world – NYT

Imagine receiving a phone call from your aging mother seeking your help because she forgot her bank password. Except it’s not your mother. The voice …

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Fears of machine learning and data breaches

While machine learning brings innovation and change in many sectors, it brings trouble and worry to others too. One of the most worrisome aspects of …

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Google Brain demonstrates AI-generated encryption

The machines are getting smarter now that they are at a point where they can withhold secrets from us. A team from Google Brain, part …

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Will A.I. ushering in a new era of hacking?

It can take several years or even decades, but hackers don’t always have to be human. Artificial intelligence – a technology that also promises to …

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The blockchain platform can help fight cyberattacks

Imagine a computing platform that doesn’t have a single point of failure and can withstand the cyber attacks that are making headlines these days. This …

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None of your data is private, Evernote reminds us

In case you need another reminder that there is no real privacy online … here it is: Notes app Evernote announced this week that some …

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Cyber ​​attack hit Capcom gaming company

Popular video game franchise developer has been quick to take steps to prevent the attack from spreading further to its systems Japanese video game developer …

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Artificial intelligence now has a voice, but security challenges loom

Amazon’s Alexa, which allows you to easily play music, turn on lights or order toiletries, is one of the first steps towards artificial intelligence that …

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15 AI Predictions for 2017: Expect Intelligent AI-as-a-Service Malware

Master cybercriminals, super Trojans, staff relocations, advanced analytics and more – CBR talks to the experts about how 2017 could be an even bigger and …

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How IBM uses artificial intelligence to deliver cybersecurity

Cybercrime is an epidemic. Look at these stats from Checkmarx: Cybercrime is projected to cost businesses more than $ 2 trillion annually through 2019, four …

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Google is developing a custom security chip for servers

Google creates a vacuum of excitement everywhere. There has been a lot of talk about the rise of specialized hardware for complex tasks like image …

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5 Scary Data Breaches That Shook the World

Just in time for Halloween, we take a look at the haunting reality of data breaches and highlight five stories that not only terrified the …

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IBM acquires Agile 3 Solutions to provide executives with visibility into security risks

IBM Security has acquired Agile 3 Solutions, a San Francisco-based company with a security analytics dashboard designed to help executives understand cybersecurity risks within an …

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Choice Security: What You May Have Missed

As election day approaches, here’s a snapshot of how this election cycle is playing out in the hands of potential digital meddlers We have been …

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Security scientists can learn from data scientists to improve cybersecurity

Double exposure of computer speech and man wearing sunglasses Security remains one of the greatest unsolved business challenges. Billions of dollars have been spent on …

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AI-based typing biometrics could be the next big thing in authentication

Identifying or authenticating people by their spelling is not a new idea, but thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, it can now be done with …

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The $ 300 million Trident Cybersecurity Fund reveals profound security vulnerabilities

Trident Capital Cybersecurity has raised $ 300 million to invest in new technology companies that address Internet of Things security threats, payment technologies, identity management, …

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The RSA Cryptographer Panel examines the security implications of AI

At the RSA conference in San Francisco on February 14, 2017, a panel of well-known cryptography scientists dealt with current opportunities, challenges and political implications …

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“Between Us” players affected by a major spam attack

In-game chats were flooded with messages from someone trying to coerce gamers into subscribing to a dubious YouTube channel InnerSloth, the developer of the popular …

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Protect against the cybersecurity risk of self-driving cars

According to a detailed report from Business Insider Intelligence, there will be ten million self-driving cars on the road by 2020. Proponents of autonomous vehicles …

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Push to connect home devices leads to dangerous side effects

By Bruce Schneier, CTO at IBM Resilient. Botnets have been around for at least a decade. As early as 2000, hackers infiltrated computers via the …

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Connected Cars: How to Improve Your Connection to Cyber ​​Security

As software becomes more important than ever, how can engaging the security industry make the road less twisty? Here at CES, automakers are trying to …

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Windows 7 end of life: time to move on

Today Microsoft is officially pulling the plug on Windows 7 support. What’s your plan? As the saying goes, “All good things must come to an …

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C2RO, PubNub partner for securing robot communication to the cloud

C2RO, an innovative startup specializing in artificial intelligence, computer vision and collaborative solutions for robots, is proud to announce a partnership with PubNub, the leading …

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Cyberawareness in Australia: The Good and the Bad

A survey commissioned by ESET sheds light on the surfing habits of Australians and how they protect themselves online Australia is a highly connected country …

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Zenedge introduces advanced API security solution for web and mobile

Security concept: locking the digital background Zenedge, a provider of cloud-based web application firewall (WAF) with artificial intelligence (AI), malicious bot detection and DDoS cybersecurity …

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You can now turn your iPhone into a Google Security Key

And it doesn’t require much more than downloading a dedicated app Last year, Google made it possible for most Android users to use their phones …

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CrowdStrike, the firm that investigates Russian hacks, raised $ 100 million, worth roughly $ 1 billion

The hacking business has dealt a severe blow to our democracy, not to mention a wide variety of organizations and individuals and our collective sense …

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