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LinkedIn AutoFill Bug Could Leak Personal Data To Third Parties And Attackers
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
LinkedIns AutoFill button is supposed to only work on approved websites, but any website could have tricked users into providing personal data with just one click anywhere on their screen.
Upcoming Windows Defender Feature Will Tell You When Security Fails
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
Microsoft is planning a new feature for Windows Defender that will continually check for system integrity, informing users if any secure part of the operating system has been compromised.
10 Bits Of Career Wisdom For Beginning Cybersecurity Professionals
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
Cybersecurity can be a demanding and rewarding field. Here are some tips for those just starting out, based on the experience of two seasoned security pros.
Leveraging AI To Protect Our Users And The Web
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from Google Security
Posted by Elie Bursztein, Anti-Abuse Research Lead - Ian Goodfellow, Adversarial Machine Learning Research LeadRecent advances in AI are transforming how we combat fraud and abuse and implement new security protections. These advances are...
How Machine Learning Allowed One Company To Detect Meltdown And Spectre Before Intel Went Public
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
In-memory attacks are part of the next generation of exploits that cybersecurity experts need to guard against, and AI and machine learning can help.
Why SSL Is Part Of The Problem Behind A Dramatic Increase In Malware And Ramsomware In Q1 2018
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
Attackers are using HTTPS to carry malware, which means companies need to do DPI on SSL packets to guard against it.
Machine Learning Allowed This Company To Detect Meltdown And Spectre Before Intel Broke The News
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
At RSA 2018, Bill Conner, CEO of SonicWall, talks to TechRepublic about how AI and machine learning can help companies guard against in-memory attacks.
SSL Partly Responsible For Dramatic Q1 2018 Increase In Malware And Ransomware
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
At RSA 2018, Bill Conner, CEO of SonicWall talks to TechRepublic about how companies can guard against malware carried by HTTPS.
Biometrics Are Coming & So Are Security Concerns
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from DarkReading
Could these advanced technologies be putting user data at risk?
Windows 10 Jailbreak: Googles Project Zero Reveals Unpatched Bug That Bypasses App Lockdown
20th Apr 2018 [3 days ago] from TechRepublic
Security researchers have just revealed a new unpatched bug that allows attackers to circumvent Windows 10 S Device Guard feature, which locks the OS to only running whitelisted software.
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