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Darktrace | May 10, 2021
Darktrace, a leading autonomous cybersecurity AI firm, revealed today that it has partnered with tech giant Microsoft. The collaboration provides joint customers with enterprise-scale, self-learning AI that identifies and reacts to cyber-threats autonomously.
This partnership expands Darktrace's self-learning artificial intelligence for cybersecurity within Microsoft environments, such as Microsoft 365 and cloud apps like Azure Sentinel. When companies and workforces around th...
Cyware | March 07, 2020
Ransomware has been one of the most prolific cyber threats in recent years and it is unlikely that the menace due to this malware will stop any time soon. The first ransomware attack
The first instance of ransomware was observed in December 1989. Tracked as AIDS trojan, the ransomware was introduced to the world after it infected 20,000 floppy disks of delegates who had attended the World Health Organization’s AIDS conference in Stockholm.The disk contained malicious code that hid f...
Huawei | May 13, 2021
In collaboration with RCR Wireless, Huawei Technologies USA held a fireside chat with Andy Purdy, Chief Security Officer at Huawei Technologies USA, and Sean Kinney, Editor in Chief at RCR Wireless, to explore how organizations can understand and adopt zero-trust strategies. Purdy, a cybersecurity specialist, provides insights into accelerating the global adoption of standardized processes for ensuring the security of all telecom devices. He also discusses the wider implications of Huawei's ...
Infosecurity | February 27, 2020
A controversial facial recognition company has just informed its customers of a data breach in which its entire client list was stolen. Clearview AI leapt to fame in January when a New York Times report claimed that the start-up had scraped up to three billion images from social media sites to add to its database. That makes it a useful resource for its law enforcement clients, which can query images they capture against the trove. The FBI’s own database is said to contain little more than...
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