ChatGPT and similar large language models learn from the data you put in — and there are big risks in sharing sensitive business information with AI chatbots.
Stories by Michael Hill
The UK has joined international partners in banning social media app TikTok from government electronic devices over concerns the Chinese-owned app could pose a security risk.
GitHub’s 2FA rollout seeks to enhance the security of developer accounts and protect the software supply chain.
Newsroom uses AI-assisted knowledge of a customer’s external attack surface to measure exposure to detected vulnerabilities and provides a summary of exploits, affected software and assets.
Ontinue ION promises faster detection and response, deeper understanding of customer’s environments, and the ability to maximise Microsoft security investments.
Researchers cite an increased prevalence of HTML smuggling activity including impersonation of brands such as Adobe Acrobat, Google Drive, and the US Postal Service.
Data security and management vendor Cohesity has announced the 7.0 software release of its Cohesity Data Cloud platform.
NEPTUNIUM group claims access to the personal information of more than 200,000 Charlie Hebdo customers and uses sock puppet accounts to taunt France’s cyber security sector.
The OSC&R Framework aims to help security professionals better understand and measure software supply chain risk.
The growth of the internet of things and connected devices are the biggest contributing factors to organisations’ expanding attack surfaces.
Proofpoint discovers threat actors targeting verified status in the Microsoft environment to abuse OAuth privileges and lure users into authorising malicious apps.
Perception Point says new platform has been built to help protect vulnerable help desks and customer support teams from external threats such as malicious content within tickets.
DLA Piper’s GDPR and Data Breach survey shows a 168 per cent increase in fines in the last 12 months.
At-Bay cyber research team believes the Royal ransomware group is actively exploiting critical Citrix system security flaw CVE-2022-27510.
MTTR isn’t a viable metric for measuring the reliability or security of complex software systems and should be replaced by other, more trustworthy options.