The Asia-Pacific region will dramatically increase its investment in offensive and security tools over the next decade, amid a worsening threat landscape and rising losses, experts predict. Telemetry data from IBM and BlackBerry highlights a sharp rise in attacks against organizations in the region.
AI is being used "by everyone" these days, including by malicious nation-state actors, and that is raising the level of threats and risks facing hospitals and other healthcare entities, said John Riggi, national adviser for cybersecurity and risk at the American Hospital Association.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is requiring federal agencies to patch Linux devices on their networks and urging private sector organizations to do the same after security researchers observed threat actors exploiting a new vulnerability on many major Linux distributions.
The Australian government says it will mandate ransomware reporting by businesses, boost law enforcement capacity and fund startups with innovative cybersecurity solutions under a strategy unveiled Monday. "We cannot continue as we have," said Cyber Security and Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil.
European electoral and cybersecurity authorities on Tuesday held a joint exercise assessing plans to hold an incident-free election, weeks after trading bloc cybersecurity agency ENISA said the election is at risk from deepfake images and videos.
The nonprofit behind ChatGPT reinstated co-founder Sam Altman as its chief executive following a tumultuous 106 hours that saw OpenAI burn through two interim CEOs. Most of the board members responsible for firing Altman on Friday gave up their director positions to get him back.
Exciting advancements in medicine through the use of AI are already happening, and many more are in the pipeline. But they need to be approached carefully and vetted properly for risk, said Dr. Eric Liederman, medical informatics and national privacy and security leader at Kaiser Permanente.
The Federal Trade Commission voted unanimously to approve the use of civil investigative demands for investigations related to the use of artificial intelligence, after a White House executive order on AI tasked the commission with policing competition and protecting consumers.
A report from the global financial services company Moody’s Corp. says the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China may suffer reputational damage to its financial services subsidiary after the unit was hit with a ransomware attack from the notorious Russian-linked cybercriminal group LockBit.
The hacktivist group SiegedSec has taken responsibility for a massive data breach targeting Idaho National Laboratory, a leading nuclear energy testing lab. Concerns are now growing over what data was stolen from the laboratory - and who might have access to it.
The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange will withdraw from the U.S. market after now-former chief executive officer Changpeng Zhao pleaded guilty to felony money laundering charges in a U.S. court and the company agreed to pay $4.3 billion into federal coffers.
A new guide from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency aims to help healthcare and public health sector entities get a much tighter grip on managing serious risks posed by the most troublesome types of vulnerabilities threatening the beleaguered industry.
Mobile banking Trojans spread through deceptive social media messages remain a problem for Indian smartphone users, warns Microsoft. India accounts for 4 in 10 global transactions made with digital payments, according to the National Payments Corporation of India.
Binance Chief Executive Changpeng Zhao will plead guilty to violating anti-money laundering statutes in U.S. federal court in a settlement ending an investigation into illicit transactions at the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. The company will pay $4.3 billion in fines and forfeiture.