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Exploring the root causes of the cybersecurity skills gap

Exploring the root causes of the cybersecurity skills gap 2024-07-09 at 07:01 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Koma Gandy, VP of Leadership and Business at Skillsoft, addresses the critical aspects of the cybersecurity skills gap, the need for diverse talent and continuous upskilling in areas like AI and cloud computing. Gandy […]

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Maintaining human oversight in AI-enhanced software development

Maintaining human oversight in AI-enhanced software development 2024-07-03 at 07:31 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security, Martin Reynolds, Field CTO at Harness, discusses how AI can enhance the security of software development and deployment. However, increased reliance on AI-generated code introduces new risks, requiring human oversight and integrated security practices to ensure safe

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Leveraging no-code automation for efficient network operations

Leveraging no-code automation for efficient network operations 2024-07-02 at 07:32 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Lingping Gao, CEO at NetBrain, discusses the challenges NetOps teams face in maintaining production services due to outdated processes and growing infrastructures. No-code automation has the potential to address these challenges by allowing engineers to automate

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Leveraging AI and automation for enhanced security operations

Leveraging AI and automation for enhanced security operations 2024-06-28 at 07:01 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Michelle Weston, VP of Security & Resiliency at Kyndryl, discusses the key challenges in security operations and how to address them. The top issues are increasing cyber resilience risks, changing regulatory conditions, and implementing emerging

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Preparing for a post-quantum future

Preparing for a post-quantum future 2024-06-18 at 06:31 By Help Net Security Post-quantum cryptography (PQC) is a hot topic. A recent paper from Tsinghua University raised doubts about lattice-based cryptography for PQC, though an error was found. This has sparked questions about the strength of soon-to-be-standardized PQC algorithms. In this Help Net Security video, Kevin

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42% plan to use API security for AI data protection

42% plan to use API security for AI data protection 2024-06-18 at 06:01 By Help Net Security While 75% of enterprises are implementing AI, 72% report significant data quality issues and an inability to scale data practices, according to F5. Data and the systems companies put in place to obtain, store, and secure it are

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AI’s role in accelerating vulnerability management

AI’s role in accelerating vulnerability management 2024-06-10 at 08:01 By Help Net Security With its capability to analyze, predict, and automate, AI stands to reshape many corners of business, most notably cybersecurity. In the field of vulnerability management specifically, AI is poised to have a profound impact, enhancing two key areas: Providing quicker analysis and

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Why CISOs need to build cyber fault tolerance into their business

Why CISOs need to build cyber fault tolerance into their business 2024-06-10 at 07:01 By Help Net Security CISOs who elevate response and recovery to equal status with prevention are generating more value than those who adhere to outdated zero tolerance for failure mindsets, according to Gartner. “Each new cybersecurity disruption exposes the fact that

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Establishing a security baseline for open source projects

Establishing a security baseline for open source projects 2024-05-13 at 08:01 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Dana Wang, Chief Architect at OpenSSF, discusses the most significant barriers to improving open-source software security (OSS security) and opportunities for overcoming these challenges. The OpenSSF community has developed open-source security tools and projects, aiming

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reNgine: Open-source automated reconnaissance framework for web applications

reNgine: Open-source automated reconnaissance framework for web applications 2024-05-02 at 07:31 By Mirko Zorz reNgine is an open-source automated reconnaissance framework for web applications that focuses on a highly configurable and streamlined recon process. Developing reNgine reNgine was developed to overcome the constraints of conventional reconnaissance tools. It is a good choice for bug bounty

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Tracecat: Open-source SOAR

Tracecat: Open-source SOAR 2024-04-30 at 07:31 By Mirko Zorz Tracecat is an open-source automation platform for security teams. The developers believe security automation should be accessible to everyone, especially understaffed small- to mid-sized teams. Core features, user interfaces, and day-to-day workflows are based on existing best practices from best-in-class security teams. Use specialized AI models

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Security analysts believe more than half of tasks could be automated

Security analysts believe more than half of tasks could be automated 2024-04-30 at 06:01 By Help Net Security Security industry leaders believe that AI and automation technologies are critical to addressing the complexities of modern security operations, according to Anomali. AI expected to boost threat detection In fact, security analysts maintain that up to 57%

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Tines Bags $50 Million Funding for Security Workflow Automation

Tines Bags $50 Million Funding for Security Workflow Automation 2024-04-24 at 17:17 By Ryan Naraine Irish startup Tines raises $50 million in new venture capital funding as investors make big bets on automation and orchestration startups. The post Tines Bags $50 Million Funding for Security Workflow Automation appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an

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Welcome to the future where on-chain robots serve coffee and crypto rewards

Welcome to the future where on-chain robots serve coffee and crypto rewards 2024-04-18 at 16:01 By Cointelegraph by Savannah Fortis Blockchain-driven robots served coffee with a side of crypto incentives at Token2049 in Dubai in a bid to revolutionize our relationship with automation. This article is an excerpt from Cointelegraph.com News View Original Source React

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Strategies to cultivate collaboration between NetOps and SecOps

Strategies to cultivate collaboration between NetOps and SecOps 2024-04-12 at 07:31 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Debby Briggs, CISO at Netscout, discusses breaking down silos between NetOps and SecOps. Practical steps include scheduling strategy meetings, understanding communication preferences, and fostering team collaboration. With evolving cloud models, collaboration and clear role assignments

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How Google’s 90-day TLS certificate validity proposal will affect enterprises

How Google’s 90-day TLS certificate validity proposal will affect enterprises 2024-04-11 at 08:01 By Help Net Security Announced last year, Google’s proposal to reduce the lifespan of TLS (transport layer security) certificates from 13 months to 90 days could be implemented in the near future. It will certainly improve security and shrink the window of

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Six steps for security and compliance in AI-enabled low-code/no-code development

Six steps for security and compliance in AI-enabled low-code/no-code development 2024-04-04 at 08:02 By Help Net Security AI is quickly transforming how individuals create their own apps, copilots, and automations. This is enabling organizations to improve output and increase efficiency—all without adding to the burden of IT and the help desk. But while this transformation

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Why AI forensics matters now

Why AI forensics matters now 2024-04-02 at 07:01 By Help Net Security In this Help Net Security video, Sylvia Acevedo, who serves on the Boards of Qualcomm and Credo, discusses why companies should invest in forensic capabilities and why forensics will be such an important topic as AI continues to be integrated into infrastructures and

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AI weaponization becomes a hot topic on underground forums

AI weaponization becomes a hot topic on underground forums 2024-03-28 at 06:31 By Help Net Security The majority of cyberattacks against organizations are perpetrated via social engineering of employees, and criminals are using new methods including AI to supercharge their techniques, according to ReliaQuest. Some 71% of all attacks trick employees via the use of

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Security best practices for GRC teams

Security best practices for GRC teams 2024-03-20 at 06:31 By Help Net Security Even with the best-of-the-best tools and tech stack monitoring vulnerabilities, every security executive and GRC leader should still have some layer of paranoia. If they don’t, that’s a huge issue. In this Help Net Security video, Shrav Mehta, CEO at Secureframe, talks

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