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Hospitals, clinics and doctor practices have long fallen victim to cyberattacks and breaches kicked off with phishing emails. But with the advent of AI-augmented phishing, the lures are more convincing and could lead to even more scams targeting healthcare organizations, federal authorities warned.
Generative AI facilitates on-the-job learning, empowering team members to upskill themselves as they work and ultimately strengthening an organization's overall security posture, according to Fabio Fratucello, field chief technology officer, international, at CrowdStrike.
In the post-digital transformation world - and in advance of the coming of quantum computing - it's time to future-proof cybersecurity by nurturing a culture of security. Dean Coclin of DigiCert discusses how banking institutions can embrace this change.
While a significant number of attacks are not yet AI-driven, there's a noticeable shift in the creation of generative malware and lures for business email compromise, warned Ashan Willy, CEO at Proofpoint. LLMs are being used to create enticing lures in foreign languages to target broader audiences.
Many security awareness training programs fail because organizations don't understand the risks they face, said Culture AI's John Scott. He said a successful training program "will help people by making sure that it's targeting the behaviors that address the key risks for the organization."
ServiceNow wants to apply generative AI to its knowledge around how customer environments are configured to help organizations harden their digital attack surface. Security product leader Lou Fiorello said ServiceNow will use generative AI to leverage its presence across the entire enterprise.
Employees need technology that is easy to use and free of errors and that directs them to appropriate cybersecurity guidance when they have questions. Basically, they need technology that helps them to help themselves work more securely, said university professor Steve Furnell.
Cybercriminals continue to rely on proven attack methods while developing new ways to infiltrate digital environments and break through your human defense layer.
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With social engineering attacks escalating, security organizations should embrace better cybersecurity awareness training to protect their organizations against insidious schemes, said Barry Coatsworth, director of risk, compliance and security at Guidehouse.
Staying ahead of the would-be attackers doesn’t have to be a constant game of whack-a-mole or something that keeps you up at night. You can protect your company’s assets and enjoy some peace of mind.
Being aware of the problems, or potential problems, is step one. Vigilance is required, but you can take simple...
In a bid to revolutionize information security training and make it more engaging and memorable for employees, Ivan Milenkovic, group CISO at WebHelp, advises firms to adopt gamification and interactive content in corporate training to make it more accessible and memorable for employees.
It’s become more and more evident to organizations that new-school security awareness training is an absolute requirement for managing the ongoing problem of social engineering. But how do you develop a program that will deliver the goods without doubling your workload or costing an arm and a leg?
A French conglomerate will buy Australia's largest publicly traded cybersecurity company to expand its cyber service delivery capability in the high-growth Oceania market. The Tesserent deal will help Thales to accelerate its development road map and boost its footprint in Australia and New Zealand.
Huntress has completed a Series C round to expand beyond the endpoint protection market and bring managed security to identity and cloud. Hackers are increasingly going after employee accounts at SMBs and using the compromised identity to move into other systems via SSO, CEO Kyle Hanslovan said.