This week, hackers stole $70 million from CoinEx, FTX resumed online claims, Balancer suffered a breach, Celsius creditors are targets of phishing, nearly $900,000 was stolen from Mark Cuban's hot wallet, Malta prepares for crypto regulation and Hong Kong cracked down on illicit crypto exchanges.
WatchGuard purchased a Massachusetts company to extend network detection and response capabilities traditionally reserved for high-end enterprises to the midmarket through MSPs. The deal gives WatchGuard clients more visibility into east-west network traffic and activity taking place on the cloud.
Federal authorities are warning of "significant risk" for potential attacks on healthcare and public health sector entities by the North Korean state-sponsored Lazarus Group involving exploitation of a critical vulnerability in 24 Zoho ManageEngine products.
The private sector's frenzy to incorporate generative AI into products is leading companies to overlook basic security practices, a Google executive warned Tuesday. "Most people are still struggling with the basics," said John Stone, whose title at Google Cloud is "chaos coordinator."
This week, ISMG editors covered the hot topics at ISMG's London Cybersecurity Summit 2023, including the technical landscape of AI, executive liability, incident response strategies in the face of a global ransomware attack and how to build personal resilience to avoid burnout.
Last year's winner of RSA Conference's prestigious Innovation Sandbox contest could soon be acquired by Palo Alto Networks, according to Calcalist. The platform security behemoth is in advanced negotiations to purchase enterprise browser startup Talon Cyber Security for $600 million, Calcalist said.
A researcher advised lawmakers to "keep calm and avoid overhyping China's AI capabilities" since the authoritarian regime struggles to drive widespread adoption of new technology. He urged Congress to embrace an "open system of innovation" around AI even it that results in some IP leaking to China.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series, "Cybersecurity Insights," Daniel DeSantis, director of CISO Advisory at Cisco, and Pam Lindemoen, CISO adviser at Cisco, discuss how generative AI will change and elevate the role of the CISO as well as what the future holds for network security.
Established provider LexisNexis Risk Solutions remains atop Forrester's digital fraud management rankings, while upstart Sift broke into the leaders category for the first time. Many providers in the space have expanded from payment transactions to account takeover fraud as well as handling scams.
DHS says it will eschew biased artificial intelligence decision-making and facial recognition systems as part of an ongoing federal effort to promote "trustworthy AI." "Artificial intelligence is a powerful tool we must harness effectively," said Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas.
Frost & Sullivan has recognized VMware Carbon Black as a leader in Frost Radar: Extended Detection and Response, 2023. Carbon Black was positioned in the top-right quadrant, excelling in growth and innovation, and received the second-highest score on the Frost Radar Growth Index (GI), validating Carbon Black’s...
Application control helps you handle the ever-increasing number of threats to computers and devices on a corporate network. As security threats and malware have evolved, so too has the need for technologies like application control. Gone are the days when malware might redirect the user’s search engine. Now,...
In the latest weekly update, four editors at ISMG discuss important cybersecurity and privacy issues, including how to keep assets secure in the quantum era, when common usernames pose a cybersecurity threat, and how to strike the right balance between regulation and innovation in AI.
Generative AI holds great potential for many amazing applications in healthcare, but it's critical to establish a strong framework before deploying it, said Barbee Mooneyhan, vice president of security, IT and privacy of Woebot Health, a provider of AI-driven online mental health services.
AI allows U.S. agencies to address hard problems like quickly writing secure code but comes with risks around nation-states generating attacks more efficiently. "The cybersecurity element is a great example of the bright and the dark side of AI technology," said White House Director Arati Prabhakar.