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"What is the true potential impact of artificial intelligence on cybersecurity."

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CSO FIRST LOOK

11 APRIL , 2023

What is the true potential impact of artificial intelligence on cybersecurity?

Greater scale and symbolic models are necessary before AI and machine learning can meet big challenges like breaking the best encryption algorithms. Read more ▶

Image: NTC Vulkan leak shows evolving Russian cyberwar capabilities

NTC Vulkan leak shows evolving Russian cyberwar capabilities

Documents from a Russian intelligence subcontractor provide insight into the Kremlin's cyberwar objectives and potential long-term threats to Western organizations. Read more ▶

CISA warns of critical flaws in ICS and SCADA software from multiple vendors

Some of the vulnerabilities could allow attackers to access systems with ease. Patches are not available for all the flaws. Read more ▶

Seized Genesis malware market's infostealers infected 1.5 million computers

Cybersecurity company Trellix assisted global law enforcement in analyzing infection strategies and payloads used by Genesis Market before its takedown, identifying DanaBot and other malware. Read more ▶

Image: UK reveals offensive cyber capabilities principles, counter operations

UK reveals offensive cyber capabilities principles, counter operations

For the first time, the UK government has disclosed details about its offensive cyber capabilities to counter state threats, support military operations, and disrupt cybercrime. Read more ▶

UK NCSC advises all businesses to address 3CX DesktopApp security issue

3CX has advised customers running affected versions to uninstall the software and use the browser-based web app until a new version is available. Read more ▶

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