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Artificial Intelligence as Security Solution and Weaponization by Hackers

On Dec 15, 2019
@Kevin_Jackson shared
RT @attcyber: Considerations for an #AI approach to #cybersecurity https://t.co/9a0HpSwjDV @CISOmagazine #malware https://t.co/HKfDwqnZp9
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Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword that can be used as a security solution or as a weapon by hackers. Hackers are also leveraging AI technologies to develop intelligent malware programs and execute stealth attacks.

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On Dec 15, 2019
@Kevin_Jackson shared
RT @attcyber: Considerations for an #AI approach to #cybersecurity https://t.co/9a0HpSwjDV @CISOmagazine #malware https://t.co/HKfDwqnZp9
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Artificial Intelligence as Security Solution and Weaponization by Hackers

Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword that can be used as a security solution or as a weapon by hackers. Hackers are also leveraging AI technologies to develop intelligent malware ...


On Dec 14, 2019
@ChuckDBrooks shared
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The Role of AI in Cybersecurity

Combining the strength of AI in cybersecurity, security professionals have additional resources to defend vulnerable networks and data from cyber attackers. After applying this technology, ...

On Dec 14, 2019
@WorldTrendsInfo shared
RT @MargaretSiegien: 🤔 Firms are adopting #AI #technologies to decode human emotions in a variety of ways to improve operation and sales. #ArtificialIntelligence @mvollmer1 @PawlowskiMario @Paula_Piccard @enricomolinari @MikeQuindazzi https://t.co/abP4r0bKOg
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Can Artificial Intelligence Software be trusted to Analyze Human Emotions Accurately?

Tech giants like IBM, Microsoft, and Amazon use artificial Intelligence (AI) to sell what they refer to as “emotion recognition” algorithms.

On Dec 14, 2019
@kaynemcgladrey shared
"identity is not limited to only humans now. By 2021 there will be nearly 50 – 55 billion devices and sensors for 7.5 billion people. That’s seven sensors or devices per human being." #cybersecurity #IoT https://t.co/Pk6ZUIbQ72
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The Three Key Takeaways for Cybersecurity in 2020

Lux Rao, Director – Solutions & Consulting, NTT Ltd. (India) writes about the three key aspects that organizations must immediately address as they prepare their cybersecurity strategy for ...

On Dec 14, 2019
@cybersecboardrm shared
A Year (and Decade) in Review: Key Takeaways From 2019 Cybersecurity Trends #CyberSecurity #trends #2019 #thelastdecade ⁦ https://t.co/sCfInvHF9C
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A Year (and Decade) in Review: Key Takeaways From 2019 Cybersecurity Trends

As the year comes to a close, it's worth looking back at 2019 cybersecurity trends, tactics and takeaways and the 2010s as a whole to help define the next decade of cyberdefense.

On Dec 15, 2019
@cpomagazine shared
People, process and technology are three crucial components for any #cyberwarfare defense strategy. #respectdata https://t.co/vwwLB7ERwa
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Controllers of the battleground

A new chapter of cyberwarfare has unfolded with U.S. recent cyberattacks against Iran and Russia. What would the future digital battleground look like and how could nations defense against ...

On Dec 14, 2019
@reach2ratan shared
The AI Transparency Paradox https://t.co/6wbPU1oSxy #CyberSecurity #Databreach #Hackers #infosec @reach2ratan #AI #ML #malware #cloud #cloudsecurity #Machinelearning #Analytics #Blockchain #Bigdata #dataprotection #Privacy #ArtificialIntelligence https://t.co/rmEIhJ0wa3
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The AI Transparency Paradox

Transparency helps fight algorithmic bias. But it also leaves organizations vulnerable to cyber attacks.

On Dec 14, 2019
@reach2ratan shared
RT @reach2ratan: HONORED TO BE RANKED #5 in the @rightrelevance under #influencer:TOP Connector in #Cybersecurity https://t.co/bruQGEmSVp #defstar5 #infosec https://t.co/OcgVdGZmrt
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Cybersecurity Insights Analysis: Apr 20th – May 23rd 2017

Introduction Right Relevance (RR) provides curated information and intelligence on ~50 thousand topics. This includes: Topic relationships including related topics & semantic information ...

On Dec 15, 2019
@ChuckDBrooks shared
Linking In With Emerging Tech - by Chuck Brooks- BIZCATALYST 360° https://t.co/fGqhP8eC6a
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Linking In With Emerging Tech

We are living in a disruptive technological era. The breakthroughs surrounding the ecosystem of emerging technologies are transforming our world. The pace, , SHOWCASE HOMEPAGE, BIZSPECTRUM, ...

On Dec 15, 2019
@CybersecuritySF shared
Your data has become the new currency of #cybercriminals, the new weapons of many shadowy silent wars, and the underlying currency of nearly every major technology company. https://t.co/V6Bjg3UzsD
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The Data Decade: How We Were Bought and Stolen in the 2010s

Our personal information is now the world's most valuable currency. Can we reclaim it before it's too late?

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On Dec 15, 2019
@KateFazzini shared
RT @TeachPrivacy: Notable Privacy and Security Books of 2019 via @DanielSolove https://t.co/CVWvzrTbTq Books by @shoshanazuboff @julie17usc @cagoldberglaw @ma_franks @MargaretAtwood @jkosseff @tedclaypoole @JillHasday @henryfarrell @ric_l_simmons @KateFazzini @NoraADraper @CarolAnnBrowne https://t.co/1oZQjgiYpo
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Notable Privacy and Security Books 2019

Daniel J. Solove, in his blog for TeachPrivacy, publishes his annual list of notable books on privacy and security topics from 2018.