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The superhighway of connected car systems is widening, and it’s yielding greater volume and velocity of information across intravehicle and intervehicle networks. But with speed and scale come new security concerns. Vehicles now boast more than 100 million lines of code, hundreds of task-specific microchips and multiple operating systems. With consumers increasingly prioritizing seamless service and …

Numbed by yet another year of data breaches–2,013 in 2019 alone by one estimate–it is no surprise researchers widely acknowledge human error as a top-source of cyber insecurity. C-Suite executives and policy makers called “human error” their top cybersecurity risk in Oracle’s Security in the Age of AI report, released last May. Without change, the scale and …

Darktrace, the world’s leading cyber AI company, has announced that Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, one of America’s favorite restaurant chains, has implemented Darktrace as its go-to security solution for detecting and responding to advanced attacks and insider threats. Based in Wichita, Kansas, Freddy’s has over 375 locations across the U.S. and Dubai and is …

Darktrace, the world’s leading cyber AI company, has today announced that, due to customer demand, it has expanded its platform to cover additional email systems including G Suite and Microsoft Exchange. Antigena Email, launched in February 2019 for Office 365, has proven a powerful defense against a wide variety of ‘digital fakes’ as well as …

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming a critical component in how government, business and citizens defend themselves against cyber attacks. Starting with technology designed to automate specific manual tasks, and advancing to machine learning using increasingly complex systems to parse data, breakthroughs in deep learning capabilities will become an integral part of the security agenda. …

Hijacking IP addresses is an increasingly popular form of cyber-attack. This is done for a range of reasons, from sending spam and malware to stealing Bitcoin. It’s estimated that in 2017 alone, routing incidents such as IP hijacks affected more than 10 percent of all the world’s routing domains. There have been major incidents at Amazon and Google and even in nation-states — a study last year suggested …

With cyber threats growing in complexity, this world increasingly reliant on computers cannot afford to lag in security. One way we can sure we’re always up-to-date is through the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in our cybersecurity solutions. AI and ML enable cybersecurity experts to scour the cyber terrain for threats …

As IBM Security vice president of strategy and design Kevin Skapinetz stated, cybercrime has evolved to a point that it is completely different from how we used to visualize hackers. The days where hackers are isolated individuals are long gone. The threats we are dealing with now are highly organized, elaborate, and constantly changing. In …

Artificial intelligence already impacts many aspects of our daily lives at work, at home, and as we move about. Over the next decade, analyst firm Tractica predicts that annual Global AI enterprise software revenue will grow from $644 million in 2016 to nearly $39 billion by 2025, and services related revenue should reach almost $150 billion. They …