Can artificial intelligence power future malware?

Can AI power future malware? What if Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be used to power future malware? Could cybercriminals launch “AI-powered cyberattacks” with crippling consequences to both industries and individuals? Can AI be used as a tool for the attackers? We explore all of these questions and more in a new white paper titled “Can … More Can artificial intelligence power future malware?

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

The first week in security video round-up from WeLiveSecurity. Welcome to the first ever week in security video round-up. This weekly video will bring you some of the biggest industry news that we have covered here on WeLiveSecurity. The videos will be presented by ESET’s Global Security Expert & Industry Ambassador Tony Anscombe. In this week’s cybersecurity … More Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Australian schoolboy hacks into Apple’s network, steals files

His lawyer claims that the teen did the hacking because he admired Apple and dreamed of landing a job in the company. A 16-year-old Australian teenager has broken into Apple’s internal systems multiple times, making off with 90GB of “secure files” and accessing customer accounts in the process, according to The Age, which cited court proceedings. … More Australian schoolboy hacks into Apple’s network, steals files

Some 2.6 billion data records exposed in first half of 2018

The newly-released report provides an overview of the data breach landscape in the first half of this year. The first half of 2018 saw 2,308 publicly disclosed data breaches that resulted in the exposure of approximately 2.6 billion user records, a report from cyberthreat intelligence company Risk Based Security has shown. This represents a drop from … More Some 2.6 billion data records exposed in first half of 2018

AI was supposed to fix security – what happened?

Heralded as the answer to many cybersecurity issues, machine learning hasn’t always delivered. Over the past several years there was no such thing as a security vendor that didn’t have machine learning (ML) – usually mischaracterized it as artificial intelligence (AI) because bandwagons are so attractive, no matter how misleading – and they mostly claimed it was … More AI was supposed to fix security – what happened?