The AI Cybersecurity Arms-Race: The Bad Guys Are Way Ahead Forbes Who will win the race to adopt artificial intelligence for cyber warfare: The defenders of vulnerable corporate networks or the cyber criminals constantly inventing new ways to attack them? The promise—or unrealistic hope—that AI will “transform the world,” has given rise to a number of significant races"The AI Cybersecurity Arms-Race: The Bad Guys Are Way Ahead"
North Korea Ramps Up ‘Operation GhostSecret’ Cyber Espionage Campaign Dark Reading “But North Korea’s pure intelligence-gathering capabilities are still not at the level of other more cyberespionage-experienced nations, Gundert says. “They’re not a China,” he says. “They have tools and can develop their own toolsets … [and have] experience in offensive campaigns, but it’s not as broad …”"North Korea Ramps Up ‘Operation GhostSecret’ Cyber Espionage Campaign"
Ransomware up 350% says 2018 Global Threat Intelligence Report SC Magazine UK Jon Heimerl, senior manager of the Threat Intelligence Communication Team, Global Threat intelligence Center at NTT Security, told SC Media UK: “The GTIR clearly demonstrates the uphill battle organisations face in achieving an optimal balance between operational security and compliance …"Ransomware up 350% says 2018 Global Threat Intelligence Report"
Christopher P. Skroupa Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Cybersecurity And The Human Element “Traditional measures to cybersecurity do not have the same impact against data breaches as they once had. What could once be protected by a password is no longer the case, and as organizations increasingly use cyber for business they increase the risk of leaving a larger, easily accessible cyber footprint.”"Cybersecurity And The Human Element"