Prompt Hacking, Private GPTs, Zero-Day Exploits and Deepfakes: Report Reveals the Impact of AI on Cyber Security Landscape

A new report by cyber security firm Radware identifies the four main impacts of AI on the threat landscape emerging this year.

By |2024-04-24T16:11:26+00:00April 24, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, cyber security, deepfakes, gpts, hacking, International, large language models, malware, network intrusions, Networking, Open source, phishing, Security, Uncategorized, zero-days|Comments Off on Prompt Hacking, Private GPTs, Zero-Day Exploits and Deepfakes: Report Reveals the Impact of AI on Cyber Security Landscape

Enhance Your Expertise Anytime With Unlimited Online Courses — Now $19.97 for Cyber Week

During this Cyber Week special, you can get unlimited access to online courses for only $19.97! Price drop ends on December 3 at 11:59 pm.

By |2023-12-01T11:00:24+00:00December 1, 2023|ai, Big Data, blockchain, copywriting, cybersecurity, digital marketing, game design, hacking, online learning, stackskills membership, Tech & Work, TR Academy, Uncategorized, unlimited online courses|Comments Off on Enhance Your Expertise Anytime With Unlimited Online Courses — Now $19.97 for Cyber Week

DEF CON Generative AI Hacking Challenge Explored Cutting Edge of Security Vulnerabilities

Data from the human vs. machine challenge could provide a framework for government and enterprise policies around generative AI.

By |2023-08-29T19:32:42+00:00August 15, 2023|anthropic, Artificial Intelligence, cohere, cybersecurity, generative ai, Google, hacker, hacking, hugging face, International, meta, nvidia, openai, scale ai, Security, stability, Uncategorized|Comments Off on DEF CON Generative AI Hacking Challenge Explored Cutting Edge of Security Vulnerabilities

HackerOne: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Cyber Threats and Ethical Hacking

Security experts from HackerOne and beyond weigh in on malicious prompt engineering and other attacks that could strike through LLMs.

By |2023-07-28T17:47:09+00:00July 28, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, chatgpt, cybersecurity, Developer, ethical hacking, Google Bard, hackers, hacking, ransomware, Security, social engineering, Uncategorized|Comments Off on HackerOne: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Cyber Threats and Ethical Hacking

BBC, British Airways, Boots hit with hackers’ ultimatum after suffering MOVEit supply-chain attack

Get the details about the ransomware group Clop's ultimatum to companies they recently hit with a supply-chain attack. Also, learn cybersecurity mitigation best practices for any organization. The post BBC, British Airways, Boots hit with hackers&#8217...

By |2023-06-09T21:34:44+00:00June 9, 2023|Big Data, cybersecurity, dark web, hackers, hacking, moveit software, ransomware, Security, security software, Software, supply chain attacks, Uncategorized|Comments Off on BBC, British Airways, Boots hit with hackers’ ultimatum after suffering MOVEit supply-chain attack

How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk

By exploiting webcams and other IoT devices, hackers can spy on private and professional conversations, potentially giving them access to sensitive information, says BitSight. The post How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk app...

By |2023-03-13T19:24:15+00:00March 13, 2023|CXO, cybersecurity, cybersecurity risk prevention, hacking, Internet of Things, iot, Security, Uncategorized, webcams|Comments Off on How internet-facing webcams could put your organization at risk
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