Sunday, April 11, 2021

Cybersecurity Tools Gaining an Edge from AI 

By AI Trends Staff   In 2021, more firms will employ AI to battle cyberattacks, trying to gain an edge in a game of one-upmanship with hackers and...

Cryptographic Breakthrough on iO Said to be a ‘Crown Jewel’ for Security 

By AI Trends Staff  A team of scientists has achieved what one account referred to as “the crown jewel of cryptography” with a breakthrough in...

Resiliency And Security: Future-Proofing Our AI Future

By Allison Proffitt, AI Trends On the first day of the Second Annual AI World Government conference and expo held virtually October 28-30, a panel...

Executive Interview: Brian Gattoni, CTO, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency 

Understanding and Advising on Cyber and Physical Risks to the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure  Brian R. Gattoni is the Chief Technology Officer for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure...

Web Applications are Focus of Cybercrime Gangs in Data Breaches, Report Finds

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Web applications are the primary focus of many cybercrime gangs engaged in data breaches, a primary security concern...

AI in Cybersecurity Helping with Threat Hunting, Reducing Attack Vectors

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor The cybersecurity landscape is looking at higher than ever threat levels, data volumes quadrupling every 36 months, computing...

AI Has Track Record in Fraud Prevention for Credit Card Issuers

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor The financial services industry has compiled a track record in the use of AI for fraud detection, with...

AI Can Help Protect Smart Home IoT Devices from Hackers

By AI Trends Staff As researchers continue to find security flaws in smart home hub IoT devices, part of an immature security infrastructure. One researcher...

Mulchandani Takes Over as Head of US Joint AI Intelligence Center

By AI Trends Staff In an AI leadership change at the US Department of Defense, Nand Mulchandani, who had been the chief technology officer of...

Advance in Anomaly Detection – MIDAS – Said to Be Faster, More Accurate

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Anomaly detection is work to identify rare events or observations that differ in a big way from the...
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