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No one doubts that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will transform cybersecurity. We just don’t know how, or when. While the literature generally focuses on the different uses of AI by attackers and defenders ­ and the resultant arms race between the two ­ I want to talk about software vulnerabilities. All software […]

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Exploit techniques for some zero-day software vulnerabilities just got even more lucrative for security researchers willing to sell them as cybersecurity intelligence firm Zerodium this week raised its payout for exploits – in some cases, doubling the awards. Zerodium doubled the bounty it pays for unknown exploits targeting popular operating systems and software programs. It […]

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Despite the influx and rapid evolution of threats plaguing businesses today, many enterprises still rely on limited cyber resilience measures. Some embrace completely locked-down network perimeters. For others, robust endpoint controls on servers and workstations define the organization’s security posture. Some security leaders tout their users as the first line of defense when it comes […]

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