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Library Cyber Defenses Are Falling Down

Librarians are being asked to defend themselves online against sophisticated and complex attacks. It's an unequal fight.

Enterprises Worry End Users Will Be the Cause of Next Major Breach

Respondents to Dark Reading's Strategic Security Survey believe the primary cause of their organizations' next major data breach will involve social engineering, negligent users, and insecure remote workers.

10 Security Metrics Categories CISOs Should Present to the Board

Boards of directors don't care about a security program's minute technical details. They want to see how key performance indicators are tracked and used.

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Insurers Use Claims Data to Recommend Cybersecurity Technologies

Policy holders using certain technologies — such as managed detection and response (MDR) services, Google Workspace, and email security gateways — gain premium discounts from cyber insurers.

AI-Generated Patches Could Ease Developer, Operations Workload

Using information from a common technique for finding vulnerabilities, Google's Gemini LLM can produce patches for 15% of such bugs. And it's not the only way to help automate bug fixing.

What Using Security to Regulate AI Chips Could Look Like

An exploratory research proposal is recommending regulation of AI chips and stronger governance measures to keep up with the rapid technical innovations in artificial intelligence.

Alarm Over GenAI Risk Fuels Security Spending in Middle East & Africa

Organizations boost cybersecurity budgets to tackle data-privacy and cloud-security threats amid speedy adoption of generative AI.

iSoon's Secret APT Status Exposes China's Foreign Hacking Machinations

Chinese government agencies are paying an APT, masked as a legitimate company, to spy on foreign and domestic targets of political interest.

Iran-Backed Charming Kitten Stages Fake Webinar Platform to Ensnare Targets

The latest ploy by the APT also known as Charming Cypress targets policy experts in the Middle East, Europe, and the US.

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