OpenAI’s GPT-4 Can Autonomously Exploit 87% of One-Day Vulnerabilities, Study Finds

Researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign found that OpenAI’s GPT-4 is able to exploit 87% of a list of vulnerabilities when provided with their NIST descriptions.

By |2024-04-26T00:40:05+00:00April 26, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, cyber security, Developer, gpt4, Open source, openai, Python, Security, Uncategorized, vulnerabilities|Comments Off on OpenAI’s GPT-4 Can Autonomously Exploit 87% of One-Day Vulnerabilities, Study Finds

Google Cloud’s Nick Godfrey Talks Security, Budget and AI for CISOs

In this Q&A, Godfrey reminds business leaders to integrate security into conversations around financial and business targets.

By |2024-02-12T14:51:37+00:00February 12, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, budgeting, buy-in, Cloud, CXO, cybersecurity, data theft, digital transformation, Google, google cloud security, International, ransomware, Security, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, vulnerabilities, zero day exploits|Comments Off on Google Cloud’s Nick Godfrey Talks Security, Budget and AI for CISOs

Top 7 Cybersecurity Threats for 2024

2024 will be a pivotal year for cybersecurity. The global threat landscape is undergoing deep transformations, driven by emerging technologies, new tactics and shifting geopolitical dynamics.

Google Offers Bug Bounties for Generative AI Security Vulnerabilities

Google's Vulnerability Reward Program offers up to $31,337 for discovering potential hazards. Google joins OpenAI and Microsoft in rewarding AI bug hunts.

By |2023-10-31T19:36:12+00:00October 31, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, artificial intelligence security, bug bounties, generative ai, Google, Google Bard, International, Open source, open source security, Security, supply chain security, Uncategorized, vulnerabilities|Comments Off on Google Offers Bug Bounties for Generative AI Security Vulnerabilities

Zero-Day Exploits Cheat Sheet: Definition, Examples & How It Works

Zero-day exploits use unknown vulnerabilities to infiltrate PCs, networks, mobile phones and IoT devices. For unprepared security teams, these exploits bring financial consequences and long-term risks.

By |2023-10-27T09:30:00+00:00July 11, 2023|Cheat Sheets, exploits, Security, Uncategorized, vulnerabilities, zero day, zero day exploits|Comments Off on Zero-Day Exploits Cheat Sheet: Definition, Examples & How It Works

Engineering PCs, Other Devices Most at Risk for Security Vulnerabilities

New research on operational technology vulnerabilities by Armis found that 56% of engineering workstations have at least one unpatched critical severity. The post Engineering PCs, Other Devices Most at Risk for Security Vulnerabilities appeared first o...

By |2023-06-28T11:44:01+00:00June 28, 2023|Armis, cloud security, cybersecurity, operational technology, Uncategorized, vulnerabilities|Comments Off on Engineering PCs, Other Devices Most at Risk for Security Vulnerabilities

Pen testing report: IT budgets should focus on entire security stack

With nearly 90% of companies reporting cyberattacks, pen testing budgets are on the rise, with cloud infrastructure and services a key focus area, according to a new report. The post Pen testing report: IT budgets should focus on entire security stack ...

By |2023-02-28T19:05:46+00:00February 28, 2023|CXO, it budget, pen testing, penetration testing, Security, Uncategorized, vulnerabilities|Comments Off on Pen testing report: IT budgets should focus on entire security stack
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