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?
Much ink, digital and otherwise, has been spilled on the vast range of extraordinary opportunities enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). Now, a team of 26 AI experts, including from Oxford, Cambridge and Yale universities, OpenAI, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, has zeroed in on how AI could be misused for nefarious ends – … More The rise of AI needs to be controlled, report warns
Oliver Stone’s movie about Edward Snowden, which opens on Friday, September 16th, 2016, has a lot of people looking back at one of the biggest information security breaches in US history, the one we learned about in June, 2013. That’s when the UK-based Guardian newspaper published classified information about the mass electronic surveillance activities of … More Snowden: 4 big security and privacy assumptions he undermined
A teenager has allegedly broken into the personal email account of the director of the CIA, John Brennan, according to the New York Post. The youngster, who has described himself as being non-Muslim, explained that he attacked Mr. Brennan’s email account “in opposition to US foreign policy and support for Palestine”. The publication says that … More CIA director’s personal email account ‘breached by teen’