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ThreatQuotient is positioned as the Leader in the 2024 SPARK MatrixTM for Digital Threat Intelligence Management by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions for Third Consecutive Year

ThreatQuotient is positioned as the Leader in the 2024 SPARK MatrixTM for Digital Threat Intelligence Management by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions for Third Consecutive Year

Why we need to get a handle on AI

Why we need to get a handle on AI

There has been a lot of talk about AI recently debating its opportunities and potential risks. Today AI can be trained on images and videos of real customers or executives, to produce audio and video clips impersonating them. These have the potential to fool security systems, and according to a report by identity verification platform Sumsub, the number of “deepfake” incidents in the financial technology sector alone increased by 700% in 2023, year on year.

This issue suddenly hit much closer to home for me when Pikesville High School, my alma mater, recently made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. It seems that the school’s athletic director allegedly used AI to create and publish a fake recording of the principal’s voice making, let’s just say, inappropriate comments. This prompted immediate public outrage against the principal before these allegations came forward. However, the principal’s reputation is stained regardless of the outcome. This situation serves as a salutary warning that as a society we need to get a handle on AI before such instances become a daily occurrence.

Risk and Regulation: Preparing for the Era of Cybersecurity Compliance

Risk and Regulation: Preparing for the Era of Cybersecurity Compliance

As cybersecurity professionals, we talk a lot about risk. In a world where only the most naïve would suggest that we can prevent all cyber-attacks, we must make sure we understand which cyber threats have the highest risk of becoming reality, and allocate our security resources accordingly. Indeed, this is a key use case for threat intelligence platforms, which help companies identify and understand threats in the context of their business. In our hyper-connected technology environment, if everyone does this effectively, cybersecurity standards will rise, and collective risk will be reduced.

Why are cybersecurity automation projects failing?

Why are cybersecurity automation projects failing?

The cybersecurity landscape is undergoing significant transformations exemplified by increasing complexity, constantly evolving threats and, as a result, the necessity for ever-more sophisticated and integrated security solutions. Automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) are fuelling technological advancements and innovation. At the same time, escalating cybersecurity challenges…

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