Cybersecurity experts have incorporated ChatGPT-like tools into their work, and they use them for tasks from source-code analysis to identifying vulnerabilities.
The coming new year is a good moment for chief information security officers to reflect upon what they've learned this year and how to apply this knowledge going forward.
Immense pressure to reduce cybersecurity risk, limited resources, or unsupportive executive leadership can make CISOs a target for blame. Here's how some of them cope.
The security community weighs in on real-world scenarios in which China or other nations could operationalize data collected by online platforms and how to mitigate the risk.
With the number of zero-days spiking in the last 18 months, organizations need to increase their patching efforts. Software vendors can be more transparent, too.
Investigations into both cybercriminal and nation-state actors can have consequences. Some researchers have upgraded their physical security.
Malware targeting Linux environments has increased massively in the past year, with threat actors using a variety of techniques to carry out operations.
Zero-click attacks, especially when combined with zero-day vulnerabilities, are difficult to detect and becoming more common.