A recent study performed by Synthedia has found that consumers are, by and large, ambivalent over the value and threats of deepfake content generated by
Each year Black Friday grows in popularity, and Cyber Monday is now a key part of the sales weekend. But, this growth of popularity has sparked the interest of cybercriminals, who are also out to exploit the vast number of people online trying to bag a bargain.
As October is coming to an end with eerie Halloween celebrations, we’d like to remind everyone that today also marks the last day of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Finding content from legacy media is getting difficult in social media by design of the management of social media companies, while information from radicalized groups, hostile nation states, and paid political consultants currently makes up the bulk of information that these users call “news.”
In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, each year brings a new set of cybersecurity threats that can put your digital life and sensitive information at risk. As you navigate the digital world, staying informed about the latest dangers lurking in the shadows is crucial.
The need for knowledgeable people to safeguard our online environment has increased. In this context, women have become significant influences in cybersecurity.
It almost seems that the AI market is an industry at war with itself.
In the last year the tech world has seen some spectacular expectation resets on “revolutionary” technology. Social media has gone from a boon to democracy
“Sextortion” is a popular theme in media and the news, but it may or may not be a big deal. It might not even be a crime depending on where you live. No one can really come up with a consensus about what it is and how widespread it is. It’s even difficult to pin down what constitutes the typical perpetrator of this crime.
Staying ahead of complacency requires a multi-faceted approach— there are four steps organizations need to take.
Every year for the past twenty, October has reminded us about the importance of digital security and empowered everyone to protect their data from digital forms of crime. Towards the end of Cybersecurity Awareness Month we’ll take a look back – and ahead.
It’s not just mega corporations like MGM Grand Entertainment that get targeted by social engineering attacks. In fact, it happens millions of times every year to individuals young and old, rich and poor, well-educated and not.
Gabriel Friedlander, founder of Wizer, published the following list recently on Linkedin. While the suggestions are not comprehensive, they do cover a lot of ground in maintaining your personal and small business security.
In our Special Report, we dig into how social engineering works – and use the MGM breach as an example.
The MGM Grand/Caesar’s breach is the most exhaustively covered cyber event in recent memory. Even the attackers published detailed explanations of how they did it. There was, however, one question still needs answering:
With the convenience of online collaboration comes the responsibility to ensure the security of sensitive information – first and foremost when it comes to something as basic as filesharing
When it comes to generative artificial intelligence, the genie is out of the bottle. This has increased the urgency for guidance, training, and education.
The rise of generative AI products for commercial use is probably the fastest and most controversial of any technological advance in recent history. Governments are
In the immortal words of Ferris Buller, “life moves pretty fast.” So does Cybersecurity. A recently published guide from OCEG will help you navigate this landscape.
We’ve had the chance to interview Andy Grolnick, CEO of Graylog, and asked a few questions about API security, AI and the cybersecurity market consolidation.