Water facilities warned to improve cybersecurity

United States water facilities, which include 150,000 public water systems, have become an increasingly high-risk target for cyber criminals in recent years. This rising threat has demanded more attention and policies focused on improving cybersecurity. Water and wastewater systems are one of the 16 critical infrastructures in the U.S. The…

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Generative AI security requires a solid framework

How many companies intentionally refuse to use AI to get their work done faster and more efficiently? Probably none: the advantages of AI are too great to deny. The benefits AI models offer to organizations are undeniable, especially for optimizing critical operations and outputs. However, generative AI also comes with…

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Self-replicating Morris II worm targets AI email assistants

The proliferation of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) email assistants such as OpenAI’s GPT-3 and Google’s Smart Compose has revolutionized communication workflows. Unfortunately, it has also introduced novel attack vectors for cyber criminals. Leveraging recent advancements in AI and natural language processing, malicious actors can exploit vulnerabilities in GenAI systems to…

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