Sunday, November 28, 2021

The Rise of AI in Cyber Security

Cyberspace is an increasingly hostile environment. In 2015, a PwC study of U.S. organizations found that 79 percent of respondents had detected a security incident...

Microsoft will use Hexadite to counter cyberattacks on Windows 10 with AI

There is really no way to sugarcoat the situation. A war is going on between enterprises to whom you have entrusted your data—and a...

$300 million Trident cybersecurity fund shows depth of security woes

Trident Capital Cybersecurity has raised $300 million to invest in new technology companies tackling security threats around the internet of things, payment technologies, identity...

CrowdStrike, the firm investigating Russian hacks, raised $100M, now valued around $1B

The business of hacking has dealt a huge blow to our democracy, not to mention a plethora of organizations and individuals, and our collective sense...

How Carnegie Mellon University can Help you Control your Privacy

With the advent of the internet age, controlling your personal data rapidly became impractical without cutting both internet and mobile cords. As internet of...

Fighting insider threats with data science

Insider threats are the biggest cybersecurity threats to firms, organizations and government agencies. This is something you hear a lot at security conference keynotes and read about...

How to use AI To Attack Cyberthreats

SparkCognition, a company that applies machine learning to predictive analytics, has begun working with Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute (SEI) to develop an...

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 has forgotten her banking password. Except it’s not your mother. The...

Artificial Intelligence Now Has a Voice, But Security Challenges Loom

Amazon's Alexa, which provides an easy way to play music, turn on a light or order toiletries, is one of the first steps to...

AI Image Recognition is Not Perfect, Opens Security Concerns

OUR MACHINES ARE littered with security holes, because programmers are human. Humans make mistakes. In building the software that drives these computing systems, they allow...
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