ISPM & ITDR Synergize for AI-Based Identity Security

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, staying ahead of malicious actors requires a multifaceted approach. Read More HERE…

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ISPM + ITDR: Proactive Cyber Defense in the AI Era

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, staying ahead of malicious actors requires a multifaceted approach. Read More HERE…

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AI Auctions: Collectibles, Taylor Swift, Jordan Bots

Discover the fascinating world of AI, ML, and RPA and their real-world applications including the creation of a custom RPA bot for collecting rare sports memorabilia. Read More HERE…

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Decoding Digital Transformation: AI, ML, and RPA in the Modern Era

Explore the first article in this series about AI, ML, and RPA, which aims to demystify and explore the full spectrum of these core technologies. Read More HERE…

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Exploring Changing SOC Landscapes

The landscape of cybersecurity is continuously evolving, with new threats emerging and the roles and responsibilities of security professionals constantly adapting. Read More HERE…

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Web Security Expands into Secure Service Edge (SSE)

Trend has been securing web access for over a decade with forward-looking innovation and a global footprint to support our customer’s security strategy. We are committed to our customers’ journey of transforming their current security posture, aligning with Zero Trust principles, and embracing a modern, fully integrated security architecture. Read More HERE…

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ChatGPT Shared Links and Information Protection: Risks and Measures Organizations Must Understand

Since its initial release in late 2022, the AI-powered text generation tool known as ChatGPT has been experiencing rapid adoption rates from both organizations and individual users. However, its latest feature, known as Shared Links, comes with the potential risk of unintentional disclosure of confidential information. Read More HERE…

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Malvertising Used as Entry Vector for BlackCat, Actors Also Leverage SpyBoy Terminator

We found that malicious actors used malvertising to distribute malware via cloned webpages of legitimate organizations. The distribution involved a webpage of the well-known application WinSCP, an open-source Windows application for file transfer. We were able to identify that this activity led to a BlackCat (aka ALPHV) infection, and actors also used SpyBoy, a terminator that tampers with protection provided by agents. Read More HERE…

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