Technologists were quick to point out that popular AI-based chatbot, ChatGPT, could lower the bar for attackers in phishing campaigns and even write malware code, but Cato Networks' Etay Maor advises taking these predictions "with a grain of salt" and explores the pros and cons of ChatGPT.
The Biden administration has unveiled its new national cybersecurity strategy, detailing top challenges facing the U.S. and plans for addressing them. Goals include minimum security requirements for critical infrastructure sector organizations and liability for poor software development practices.
With signs pointing to a global economic downturn, cybersecurity organizations are already thinking about managing budgets and doing more than less. Four CISOs share a wide range of belt-tightening tips, from putting the squeeze on your vendors and suppliers to training and hiring from within.
Embedding OpenAI technology in Microsoft Bing will help both hackers and cyber defenders. The AI tool could make it easier for hackers to drive traffic to malicious sites, avoid search engine blocking and distribute malware, but it could also help security teams with code analysis and threat intel.
Will large language models such as ChatGPT take cybercrime to new heights? Researchers say AI for malicious use so far remains a novelty rather than a useful and reliable cybercrime tool. But as AI capabilities and chatbots improve, the cybersecurity writing is on the wall.
The revolution ChatGPT drove in the consumer market has prompted enterprises to more closely examine how AI can help safeguard data, says Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora. The demands from AI in the enterprise are far more exacting, as firms insist AI be clean, comprehensive and in real time.
Darktrace has brought in Ernst & Young to review the cybersecurity AI vendor's financial process and controls following bombshell allegations from short seller Quintessential Capital Management. The review comes weeks after QCM claimed that Darktrace overstated its sales, margins and growth rates.
Airbus has made a formal offer to purchase a 29.9% stake in Atos' $4.8 billion Evidian cybersecurity, big data and digital business. Atos says it will initiate negotiations focused on both Airbus' offer and a long-term strategic and technological partnership between the two organizations.
Cybercriminals found a way to circumvent OpenAI's prohibition on using its natural language artificial intelligence model for malicious purposes, say researchers who already spotted low-level hackers using the firm's ChatGPT chatbot for a machine-learning assist in creating malicious scripts.
The aim of AI in EDR solutions is to streamline the process to ensure humans are able to consume and understand the data in order to respond well, says Serge Woon, worldwide tech sales leader and co-founder at ReaQta, part of IBM. In this roundtable preview, he explains why AI is so crucial to EDR.
A Scottish school system decided not to use facial recognition in its secondary school cafeterias after international outcry. The U.K. Information Commissioner's Office said Tuesday that the North Ayrshire Council failed to obtain freely given consent for the system.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Chris "Tito" Sestito discusses technology to protect neural networks and artificial intelligence and machine-learning models, and John Kindervag explains how such technology fits into the zero trust framework.
Optiv has gone beyond examining log data and classic managed security services work to pursue threats across a broader swath of structured and unstructured data. The company has focused on finding threats outside of a log environment by examining system-to-system interfaces and transactional data.
Healthcare workers should think twice about using AI tools such as ChatGPT as productivity boosters, privacy experts warned after a Florida doctor publicized on TikTok how he had used one to write a letter to an insurer arguing for patient coverage. What are the risks?
Low-level hackers are probing the capacity of ChatGPT to generate scripts that could be used toward criminal ends, such as for stealing files or malicious encryption. One poster on a hacking forum described the process as writing pseudo-code. More sophisticated cases are likely a matter of time.