Today, cyber security is no longer a human-scale problem: it is a
machine-on-machine fight. It is critical that organizations adopt
defensive AI to protect against this next generation of automated
This white paper explores the critical challenges that security teams face in today’s new era of...
Sensitive data now resides in a number of cloud applications and SaaS platforms, and cyber security in this area is lagging behind. Most tools rely on the idea that the next attack can be predicted by looking at past threats – but attackers are constantly innovating with new techniques.
This white paper explores...
Proofpoint, which was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in 2021, has merged with Dathena, a New York-based AI data protection platform. Dathena's platform will address the need in Proofpoint's cloud management platform for safeguards against breaches and data exposure.
The world of IT is moving faster, and in more directions at once, than ever. From classic ITOps to DevOps and DevSecOps, our leaders predict key trends for the new year:
Serverless: Great idea, with more complexities than most IT teams realize.
Edge computing: You’ll get so tired of the buzz, you’ll stop...
Two Senate leaders on Thursday introduced legislation that would form a working group charged with monitoring the security of AI data obtained by federal contractors. This body would also ensure that the data adequately protects national security and recognizes privacy rights, the lawmakers say.
The U.S. Department of Commerce this week announced the establishment of an artificial intelligence advisory committee set to counsel President Joe Biden and other federal agencies on issues ranging from privacy concerns to data security, along with global competition and inherent biases.
As the lines blur between identity and privilege, there is a growing set of solutions to secure the anytime, anywhere workforce. Archit Lohokare, CyberArk’s vice president of product management, discusses passwordless authentication, zero trust and other ways enterprises are modernizing identity and access.
The artificial intelligence systems used by image recognition tools, such as those that certain connected cars use to identify street signs, can be tricked to make an incorrect identification by a low-cost but effective attack using a camera, a projector and a PC, according to Purdue University researchers.
Citing a need to secure artificial intelligence technologies, NIST is working to create risk management guidance around the use of AI and machine learning, the agency has announced. NIST is seeking feedback to address governance challenges.
Some 95% of today’s compromises are either zero-day exploits or malware-free attacks; that means that signature-based behavioral defenses only work for 5% of attacks, says Joe Head of Intrusion Inc. He discusses how to use massive lists of historical data to train AI to spot and stop malicious activity.
The global ‘State of Security 2021’ report recently published by Splunk and ESG Research presents insights and best practices from interviews with some of today’s most successful security leaders. This panel of experts will take a look at key report findings, and discuss the theory and practicality of best...
How cybersecurity and data protection in finance must evolve to meet a new threat landscape
A pandemic year in the wilderness opened up new vulnerabilities in finance, as institutions wrestled with the rush to remote work and new cloud applications. The post-pandemic era has provided little respite, as cybercriminals...
Thanks to cloud-native technologies and versatile microservices, organizations are innovating and performing at warp speed — and their stakeholders expect no less. But to stay at the top, achieving observability into increasingly complex systems is more important than ever.
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