The cybersecurity industry remains resilient in the face of recession fears, said Alberto Yépez, co-founder and managing director of Forgepoint Capital. Amid economic shifts and technological advancements, the market is adapting to new challenges and opportunities.
Large enterprises may have hundreds or thousands of APIs. Concerns over API vulnerabilities have been around for years, but most organizations outside of highly regulated industries such as banking have not taken the steps to understand the threats they face, said Richard Bird, CSO at Traceable.
Recorded Future has joined CrowdStrike and Google atop Forrester's external threat intelligence services rankings, while Kaspersky tumbled from the leaders category. Leading threat intelligence providers have expanded into adjacent use cases such as brand protection and vulnerability management.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity and privacy issues including highlights of interviews at Black Hat 2023, lessons learned from the success of the Lapsus$ cybercrime group's attacks and why Check Point is buying startup Perimeter 81 for $490 million.
Next-gen solutions are a key component of zero trust security strategy to help mitigate zero-day malware attacks. Imran Bashir, director of technical marketing at Palo Alto Networks, discussed countering evolving threats, securing access and leveraging AI/ML to strengthen cybersecurity.
The C-suite and boards are more involved in cybersecurity decisions than ever before, but executive leaders still have a huge disconnect between perceptions and operational realities. This gap leads to miscommunication and missed expectations that could pose great risks to the enterprise.
The democratization of AI has proved to be a double-edged sword - both enabling cyberattacks and defending against them. Generative AI can help organizations effectively correlate signals, identify threats and deploy countermeasures before attacks escalate, said Fleming Shi, CTO at Barracuda.
The advent of generative AI has increased the importance of enterprise browsers as the interface through which users interact with this technology. Enterprise browsers have gained prominence with their role in organizational workflows, which had been somewhat overlooked in the past.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Oliver Tavakoli, CTO at Vectra AI, discusses ways that discriminative AI technology can filter out all of the noise from the massive volume of alerts from a portfolio of cybersecurity tools.
This week's roundup of digital assets-related cybersecurity incidents includes Argentina's investigation into WorldCoin; hackers' exploitation of Libbitcoin; Zunami and RocketSwap; Curve Finance's compensation plans for hack victims; the FBI's $1.7 million forfeiture; and X's crypto scam problem.
Hackers wielding generative artificial intelligence tools have yet to pose a serious cybersecurity risk, say researchers at Google's threat intelligence group Mandiant, as they sound the alarm instead about a rise in information operations featuring AI-generated fake images and video.
Historically, IT and physical security teams have served in separate areas, but that is changing due to emerging threats such as a drone that landed on a firm's roof to steal data. Both teams need to be alerted to threats, said Kelly Rein, senior director of product at Claro Enterprise Solutions.
Various "dark" generative artificial intelligence tools purportedly help criminals more quickly amass victims. Guess what? They've all gone bust, if they weren't simply outright scams - in part because legitimate tools can be "jailbroken" to achieve similar results. What are they really achieving?
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series "Cybersecurity Insights," Alex Waintraub, DFIR expert evangelist at CYGNVS, discusses how generative AI will play a role in the future of incident response - and in all aspects of cybersecurity - and emphasizes its dangers as well as its benefits.