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Hardware/Network

Identifying evasive threats hiding inside the network

There is no greater security risk to an organization than a threat actor that knows how to operate under the radar. Malicious insiders and external cybercriminals are getting savvier. They are

Software

Protecting iOS and Android applications in a fully automated way

In this Help Net Security podcast recorded at Black Hat USA 2019, Dave Belt, Technology Evangelist at Irdeto, and Jaco du Plooy, VP Cloakware at Irdeto, discuss the current threat landscape,

Industry Insights

IoT Security: It’s Time Enterprises Take Responsibility

As IoT security threats increase, enterprises need to stop blaming the device maker and better secure their networks. Companies across industries are quick to say security is their top priority.

Artificial Intelligence

AI vs. AI: Cybersecurity battle royale

David and Goliath. The Invasion of Normandy. No matter the generation, we all know some of the storied battles that have withstood the test of time. In cyberspace, however, there’s

Artificial Intelligence

BlackBerry’s AI Intelligent Security Has Broad Implications

I’ve been working in and out of security and law enforcement for much of my life. The biggest exposures I’ve run into and the easiest ways through security have always

Artificial Intelligence

How can attackers abuse artificial intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly finding applications in nearly every walk of life. Self-driving cars, social media networks, cybersecurity companies, and everything in between uses it. But a new report

Artificial Intelligence

Avoiding a biometric dystopia

In part one of our two-part series, we explored how biometric authentication methods are being defeated. In the second part, we’ll explore how manipulating biometrics can alter society, and what can be

Artificial Intelligence

Above The Hype: Harnessing The Power Of AI For Your Cybersecurity Program

Security professionals who have seen artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) deployed in cybersecurity for the first time may recall the famous adage by Arthur C. Clarke, “Any sufficiently

Artificial Intelligence

Researchers develop a technique to vaccinate algorithms against adversarial attacks

A set of techniques to effectively vaccinate algorithms against adversarial attacks have been developed by researchers from CSIRO’s Data61. Algorithms ‘learn’ from the data they are trained on to create

Software

Beating biometrics: Why biometric authentication alone is not a panacea

As we witness the accelerating use of biometrics throughout our lives, we must pause to consider the risks and ramifications of doing so as technological advancements make it increasingly easy to mimic,