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ChatGPT AI is changing the face of cybersecurity


ChatGPT AI is changing the face of cybersecurity

March 17, 2023Ken Showers, Managing Editor

SAN FRANCISCO – On March 14, artificial intelligence (AI) research laboratory OpenAI released the latest iteration of its popular AI deep learning model, GPT-4. Built on that framework, OpenAI’s ChatGPT program has taken the world by storm in recent months as people and businesses come to terms with both the limitations, and the potential of the AI application. Some of those boundaries are already being pushed with this latest version of GPT.  “For example, it passes...

Artificial Intelligence (AI), BlackMamba, ChatGPT, Cybersecurity, deep learning, GPT-4, malware, Migo Kedem, OpenAI, Sean Gallagher, security software, SentinelOne, Sophos

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AV-Comparatives report tests 18 different antivirus security vendors

December 29, 2022SSN Staff

INNSBRUCK, Austria – With increasing cyberattacks occurring worldwide, businesses and organizations are looking for solutions to help effectively and efficiently combat them. To that point AV-Comparatives has released the December 2022 Enterprise Security Test Report of 18 IT security solutions. It covers malware protection, real-world protection, and performance tests as well as product reviews, AV-Comparatives said. The 18 vendors put through the tests consisted of: Acronis,...

Acronis, AV-Comparatives, Avast, Bitdefender, Cisco, CrowdStrike, cyber-attacks, Cybereason, Elastic, ESET, false alarm, G Data, IT Security, K7, Kaspersky, Malwarebytes, Microsoft, Sophos, Trellix, VIPRE, VMware, WatchGuard

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Shanghai'd, data breaches and insecurity

August 3, 2022Ken Showers, Managing Editor

In early July of this year, one of the largest known data breaches to date occurred that stripped files from a Shanghai police database. The hacker responsible claimed to have stolen terabytes of data relating to as many as one billion Chinese citizens. Known as ChinaDan, the hacker asked for a ransom in digital currency roughly equivalent to $200,000. While it isn’t clear how he got access to the data, it seems likely it could be related to the same method used to gather most of it: social...

Bandai Namco, CD PROJKT RED, Masaru Kawaguchi, NortonLifeLock, Sophos, United States Department of the Treasury, Verizon

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