CISO Sam Curry and CMO Red Curry discuss the chaos and disruption of cyberwar and how attacks on critical infrastructure can tactically help attackers in combat, demoralize the general population and affect critical capabilities at just the right point in time.
The AI industry is exploding with demand for talent that can navigate the maze of machine learning, data analytics and neural networks. But what does this mean for the average IT person looking for a job? Steve King of CyberEd.io discusses finding work in the AI field.
Protecting our identities is extremely important. An identity fabric is a robust identity control framework, but before you can roll one out, you need to understand all aspects of the IAM life cycle, assess all the areas of risk and make sure that remediation controls are in place.
Nation-state hackers including Russian military intelligence and hackers backed by China have used OpenAI large language models for research and to craft phishing emails, the artificial intelligence company disclosed Tuesday in conjunction with major financial backer Microsoft.
An electronic health record and practice management software firm says the only way to avoid bankruptcy from the consolidation of nine proposed class action lawsuits filed in the wake of a 2022 data breach is to settle the case for $4 million.
Google called on governments across the globe to create a cross-border framework to ensure that artificial intelligence can effectively fight cyberthreats. The company said the technology could offset the inherent advantages attackers have had in cyberspace since almost the start of the internet.
This week, the Zeus leader pleaded guilty, Prudential detected hackers, U.S. telecoms have to report breaches, Microsoft patched zero-days, researchers said Chinese threat intel is faulty, ransomware hit Romanian healthcare entities, Juniper was breached and Poland allegedly previously used Pegasus.
Russia continues to focus on running cyber operations and espionage that target Ukraine's military, government and civil society in support of its ground campaign, researchers at Google said, warning that the information operations will likely soon be brought to bear on Western elections.
The U.S. federal government says it disrupted a criminal botnet that Russian military intelligence had converted into a platform for global cyberespionage. The malware targets Linux-based IoT devices - in this case, routers made by New York manufacturer Ubiquiti.
This week, the U.S. Treasury reported on crypto in crime, Changpeng Zhao's sentencing was rescheduled, PlayDapp was hacked, the UN probed North Korean hacking, suspicious crypto transactions increased in South Korea, the U.K. blocked fraud sites and Hong Kong warned about crypto phishing sites.
A Chinese-speaking cybercrime group with the codename GoldFactory has built a new Android and iOS banking Trojan, GoldPickaxe, that can harvest and steal personal details, including biometric face profiles, that attackers use to create AI-driven deepfakes to fool bank defenses, researchers warn.
Supply chain security firm Eclypsium found corporate VPN maker Ivanti's Pulse Secure devices - which underwent much emergency patching amid a likely Chinese espionage zero-day hacking campaign - operate on an 11-year old version of Linux and use many obsolete software packages.
An Oklahoma-based healthcare system is notifying 2.4 million individuals that their sensitive information was potentially compromised in an exfiltration incident last year. Cybercriminals have been attempting to extort ransom payments directly from some of those affected patients - including kids.
A European court has sided with a Russian petitioner who challenged a Kremlin rule that requires telecom firms to backdoor their servers for law enforcement data collection. The court found that end-to-end encryption is essential to preserving the right to privacy in digital communication systems.