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ChatGPT
ChatGPTriage: How can CISOs see and control employees’ AI use?

It’s been less than 18 months since the public introduction of ChatGPT, which gained 100 million users in less than two months. Given the hype, you would expect enterprise …

privacy
Risk related to non-human identities: Believe the hype, reject the FUD

The hype surrounding unmanaged and exposed non-human identities (NHIs), or machine-to-machine credentials – such as service accounts, system accounts, certificates and …

third party
How to design a third-party risk management framework

Most organizations focus on securing routers, servers, firewalls, and other endpoints, but threats can also arise from unfamiliar sources such as third-party networks, which …

GenAI
How AI helps decode cybercriminal strategies

With terms like “AI washing” making their way into mainstream business consciousness, the hype surrounding AI is making it harder to differentiate between the true …

executives
Diversifying cyber teams to tackle complex threats

Technologies such as GenAI, ML and IoT are giving threat actors new tools that make it easier to target consumers and organizations. From Savvy Seahorse which lures victims …

microsoft cybersecurity dilemma
Microsoft’s cybersecurity dilemma: An open letter to Satya Nadella

Microsoft is suffering cybersecurity failures due to systemic problems with strategic leadership. The world is witnessing an alarming trend of cybersecurity issues with …

Patch Tuesday
July 2024 Patch Tuesday forecast: The end of an AV giant in the US

July 2024 Patch Tuesday is now live: Microsoft fixes two zero-days exploited by attackers (CVE-2024-38080, CVE-2024-38112) The US celebrated Independence Day last week, …

cyber resilience
The impossibility of “getting ahead” in cyber defense

As a security professional, it can be tempting to believe that with sufficient resources we can achieve of state of parity, or even relative dominance, over cyber attackers. …

quantum computing
Preparing for Q-Day as NIST nears approval of PQC standards

Q-Day—the day when a cryptographically relevant quantum computer can break most forms of modern encryption—is fast approaching, leaving the complex systems our societies rely …

faking data breaches
Why are threat actors faking data breaches?

Earlier this year Europcar discovered a hacker selling info on its 50 million customers on the dark web. The European car rental company immediately launched an investigation, …

map
How to create your cybersecurity “Google Maps”: A step-by-step guide for security teams

Cybersecurity isn’t just about firewalls and antivirus. It’s about understanding how your defenses, people, and processes work together. Just like Google Maps …

vulnerability
Low code, high stakes: Addressing SQL injection

Like a bad movie that seems to go on forever, SQL injection (SQLi) attacks have lingered since the late 1990s. Due to various factors, they remain the third most common source …

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