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New data from Netskope has claimed employees are continuing to share sensitive company information with AI writers and chatbots like ChatGPT despite the clear risk of leaks or breaches. The research covers some 1.7 million users across 70 global organizations, and found an average of 158 monthly incidents of source code being posted to ChatGPT […]

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A new ransomware(opens in new tab) threat actor has been reported targeting large corporations and demanding huge payouts in exchange for the decryption key and for not leaking sensitive data stolen in the attack. Calling itself Money Message, the group was first reported on the BleepingComputer forums in the last days of March, with cybersecurity […]

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Nearly all organizations are struggling with how to stay in control as their data migrates to the cloud and users connect from anywhere. The answer, they’ve been told, is zero trust. Zero trust starts from the premise that an organization is going to be breached so that they can then focus on minimizing any potential […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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