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The Identity Perimeter Just Got Smarter

ForgeRock announced today the newest offering in our AI-powered product family, Autonomous Access. This is a proud day for the ForgeRock team as we advance our vision around artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). We’re building the identity platform for the next decade by infusing artificial intelligence into the entire identity lifecycle, which is so critical because the risk landscape is fast-moving and constantly changing.

How Human Intelligence Is Supercharging CrowdStrike's Artificial Intelligence

There is a new trope in the security industry, and it goes something like this: To keep yourself safe, you need an AI-powered solution that can act on its own, and to do that, you need to keep those pesky humans away from it. As a practitioner with a track record of bringing AI to cybersecurity — not because marchitecture demands it these days but because of its actual utility to solve security problems — I find this characterization puzzling.

Five worthy reads: The emerging threat of weaponized artificial intelligence

Illustration by Dorathe Victor Five worthy reads is a regular column on five noteworthy items we discovered while researching trending and timeless topics. In this week’s edition, let’s explore how artificial intelligence and machine learning are weaponized by hackers to fuel cyberattacks. AI and ML are conquering the world at a rapid pace. AI has made life much easier. In many instances, it speeds up manual processes, reduces costs, and eliminates manual errors.

Introducing INETCO BullzAI Cybersecurity for Enterprise

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has triggered an escalation in the number of state-sponsored actors targeting critical infrastructure with DDoS attacks. Criminal syndicates and smaller players are also exploiting the crisis. From fake fundraising efforts for Ukraine to account takeovers and high-velocity bot-driven attacks such as DDoS, BIN attacks, and terminal attacks, cybercriminals are stepping up their own attacks in an effort to benefit from the turmoil.

How Cybercriminals are Leveraging Weaponized AI for Cyber Attacks

In the world of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI) has changed the way we discover, respond, and recover from cyberattacks. But despite the several advancements of AI in cybersecurity, cyberattacks are becoming more and more dangerous because of AI. Cybercriminals are now leveraging existing artificial intelligence tools and AI-based technologies for use in their own attacks, and as a result, cyber threats and attacks are becoming harder to prevent.

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Cybersecurity

The impact of AI on cybersecurity continues to be a hot topic of discussion within the information security industry. Cyber-threats are rapidly increasing in volume. In part, this is because the attack surface for cybercriminals is huge, and it continues to grow and evolve at a lightning pace. Every year billions of cyber-attacks are launched with a wide variety of motives, and new threats with more sophisticated tactics or methods are trialed to bypass existing security systems.

TOP 10 IT Trends

Observability has gained a lot of momentum in the past year, be it full stack observability or data observability. Modern complex IT systems using clouds, microservices and serverless are easy to develop and deploy but extremely difficult to observe. These systems generate tremendous amounts of data and need an automated way of handling the volume. The next era of delivering customer experience is underpinned by the full stack observability capability.

MSP: What role does AI play in cybersecurity?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly important role in cybersecurity. This is confirmed by a recent Pulse survey of 191 senior executives from companies on four continents: two out of three organizations (68%) say they are using tools that use AI technologies and among those who are not yet using AI, 67% are considering adopting it.