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A security information and event management (SIEM) system is about as complicated as a security tool can get, pulling in log and threat data from a wide range of sources to look for signs of a cyber attack. Not surprisingly, they can be challenging to manage. A recent Gurucul survey of over 230 security pros… Read more
In March, Microsoft announced its Security Copilot service. The software giant built the technology on cutting-edge generative AI – such as large language models (LLMs) – that power applications like ChatGPT. In a blog post, Microsoft boasted that the Security Copilot was the “first security product to enable defenders to move at the speed and… Read more
The White House’s National Cybersecurity Strategy unveiled yesterday is an ambitious blueprint for improving U.S. cybersecurity and threat response, but some of the more ambitious items will take time to implement, and could face opposition from Congress. President Biden came into office around the time of the SolarWinds and Colonial Pipeline cyber attacks, so cybersecurity… Read more
Wireless security is the protection of wireless networks, devices and data from unwanted access and breaches. It involves a variety of strategies and practices designed to preserve the confidentiality, integrity and availability of wireless networks and their resources. Wireless security is critical because these networks are subject to eavesdropping, interception, data theft, denial of services… Read more
Cybersecurity podcasts are an easy way to immerse yourself in the world of SecOps. Depending on what you’re looking for, you can catch up on the latest news and hear analysis from experts in the field or take a deep dive into a major cybersecurity story or concept. The best part? You can listen while… Read more
ChatGPT has raised alarm among cybersecurity researchers for its unnerving ability in composing everything from sophisticated malware to phishing lures – but it’s important to keep in mind that the tool can help support cybersecurity defenses as well. Shiran Grinberg, director of research and cyber operations at Cynet, told eSecurity Planet that too many companies… Read more
In a paper published late last month, 24 Chinese researchers suggested that RSA-2048 encryption could be broken using a quantum computer with 372 physical quantum bits. Cryptographer Bruce Schneier drew attention to the paper [PDF] last week in a blog post, noting that IBM recently announced a 433-qubit quantum computer, far exceeding the researchers’ stated… Read more