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Chris Peake
Tailoring responsible AI: Defining ethical guidelines for industry-specific use

In this Help Net Security interview, Chris Peake, CISO & SVP at Smartsheet, explains how responsible AI should be defined by each organization to guide their AI …

network
Log4Shell shows no sign of fading, spotted in 30% of CVE exploits

Organizations continue to run insecure protocols across their wide access networks (WAN), making it easier for cybercriminals to move across networks, according to a Cato …

social engineering
Black Basta target orgs with new social engineering campaign

Black Basta, one of the most prolific ransomware-as-a-service operators, is trying out a combination of email DDoS and vishing to get employees to download remote access …

cyber threat
Red teaming: The key ingredient for responsible AI

Developing responsible AI isn’t a straightforward proposition. On one side, organizations are striving to stay at the forefront of technological advancement. On the other …

Dana Wang
Establishing a security baseline for open source projects

In this Help Net Security interview, Dana Wang, Chief Architect at OpenSSF, discusses the most significant barriers to improving open-source software security (OSS security) …

strategy
AI’s rapid growth puts pressure on CISOs to adapt to new security risks

The increased use of AI further complicates CISO role as industries begin to realize the full potential of GenAI and its impact on cybersecurity, according to Trellix. …

vulnerability
Critical vulnerabilities take 4.5 months on average to remediate

Over a third of organizations had at least one known vulnerability in 2023, with nearly a quarter of those facing five or more, and 60% of vulnerabilities remained unaddressed …

Ultimate CISSP Guide
Download: The Ultimate Guide to the CISSP

The Ultimate Guide to the CISSP covers everything you need about the world’s premier cybersecurity leadership certification. Learn how CISSP and ISC2 will help you navigate …

cybersecurity week in review
Week in review: Veeam fixes RCE flaw in backup management platform, Patch Tuesday forecast

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, articles, interviews and videos: Veeam fixes RCE flaw in backup management platform (CVE-2024-29212) Veeam has …

Google Chrome
Google fixes Chrome zero-day with in-the-wild exploit (CVE-2024-4671)

Google has fixed a Chrome zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2024-4671), an exploit for which exists in the wild. About CVE-2024-4671 CVE-2024-4671 is a use after free vulnerability …

patch tuesday
May 2024 Patch Tuesday forecast: A reminder of recent threats and impact

The updates have been released: May 2024 Patch Tuesday: Microsoft fixes exploited zero-days (CVE-2024-30051, CVE-2024-30040) The thunderstorms of April patches have passed, …

passwords
How secure is the “Password Protection” on your files and drives?

People in certain professions, such as healthcare, law, and corporations, often rely on password protection when sending files via email, believing it provides adequate …

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