EU officials announced a compromise over a regulation on artificial intelligence in the works since 2021, making the trading bloc first in the world to comprehensively regulate the nascent technology. Europe understands "the importance of its role as global standard setter,” said Thierry Breton.
In the future, deepfake technology will have a significant impact on newer forms of authentication such as voice and facial recognition and pose new challenges to defenders, said Ofer Friedman, chief business development officer at AU10TIX, an Israel-headquartered identity verification company.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Chris Hughes, co-founder and CISO of Aquia, join editors at ISMG to discuss the nuances around software liability, how organizations are integrating standards development practices, and guidelines for determining when a supplier qualifies for safe harbor.
Open-source software is pervasive in healthcare. It is used in critical systems such as electronic health records and components contained in medical devices. Federal regulators are urging healthcare sector firms to be vigilant in managing risks and threats involving open-source software.
Hackers targeted telecommunications companies in Thailand with a Linux remote access Trojan designed to attack different versions of the open-source kernel, researchers say. Dubbed "Krasue," the malware poses a "severe risk to critical systems and sensitive data," says Group-IB researchers.
The British antitrust authority is conducting a preliminary review of Microsoft's interest in OpenAI. The agency will examine whether the companies' partnership means Microsoft has material influence or whether it in effect controls more than half of OpenAI voting rights.
Yossi Appleboum, CEO of Sepio Systems in Israel, discusses the international support for Israel in the Israel-Hamas war and what his employees are doing to support the war effort, how the war is affecting Sepio Systems' performance and how generative AI can be "not a tool but a member of your team."
European lawmakers and officials failed to hammer out a compromise regulation on artificial intelligence after two days of talks that stretched over 22 hours and were intended to culminate in a Thursday settlement. The European Union has been at work on the Artificial Intelligence Act since 2021.
This week, a Bitzlato co-founder pleaded guilty to money laundering charges, a federal judge accepted ex-Binance chief's guilty plea, thieves stole $363M in crypto this November, KyberSwap looks to compensate hack victims, Platypus hackers walked free, and Velodrome and Aerodrome were hacked again.
After the latest Israel-Hamas war began, Kollender found herself trying to return to her homeland, but "no airline was flying to or from Israel," she said. In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," she discussed her personal views about the Israel-Hamas war.
A small group of researchers says it has identified an automated method for jailbreaking OpenAI, Meta and Google large language models with no obvious fix. Just like the algorithms that researchers can force into giving dangerous or undesirable responses, the technique depends on machine learning.
Enterprises have struggled to strike a balance between speed and security and stability, said Sean D. Mack, author, speaker and former CIO and CISO at Wiley. DevSecOps is the superpower that resolves this long-standing conflict and allows organizations to deliver software faster and more securely.
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Security researchers could access and modify an artificial intelligence code generation model developed by Facebook after scanning for API access tokens on AI developer platform Hugging Face and code repository GitHub. Tampering with training data is among the top threats to large language models.
The Transportation Security Administration is exploring the possibilities of a future of U.S. travel "underpinned by AI advancements," according to the agency's deputy CIO, with next-generation technologies shaping new verification and threat detection efforts.