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[Mastering Minds] China's Cognitive Warfare Ambitions Are Social Engineering At Scale

As the world continues to evolve, so does the nature of warfare. China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) is increasingly focused on "Cognitive Warfare," a term referring to artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled military systems and operational concepts. The PLA's exploration into this new domain of warfare could potentially change the dynamics of global conflict.


Colliding with the Future: The Disruptive Force of Generative AI in B2B Software

Over the past few months, our collective fascination with AI has reached unprecedented heights, leading to an influx of information and discussions on its potential implications. It seems that wherever we turn, AI dominates the conversation. AI has captivated the imaginations of tech enthusiasts, researchers, and everyday individuals alike. At the tender age of 11, I received my very first computer, the legendary ZX Spectrum. Looking back, it's hard to believe how much has changed since then.


An Explainer for how AI and Low-Code/No-Code are Friends, not Foes

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, organizations not only seek out, but need to harness the power of emerging technologies to stay ahead of the competition. Two of the most promising trends in the tech world are generative AI and low-code/no-code development. Generative AI, in particular, has generated the majority of the headlines, with seemingly infinite use cases to spur productivity for end users and business.

Teleport Assist - GPT-4 powered DevOps assistant.

Introducing Teleport's new GPT-4 powered DevOps assistant, Teleport Assist. Leveraging the foundation of Teleport's Open Infrastructure Access Platform, with its complete inventory of your infrastructure, Teleport Assist utilizes facts about your infrastructure to help answer questions, generate command line scripts, and help you perform routine tasks on target nodes.

ChatGPT Reveals Top 5 Cybersecurity Concerns for Businesses

Welcome to a special edition of Razorwire, where I had the pleasure of interviewing AI language model, ChatGPT. Our discussion revolved around various topics related to information security and cybersecurity. ChatGPT shared valuable insights on how AI can assist in securing organisations against cyber attacks but also emphasised that it should be considered just one tool in a broader cybersecurity strategy. We delved into the future of cybersecurity, key technologies for a defence in depth approach, and the advantages of continuous penetration testing.

Greatest Threats to Businesses Today: Insights by ChatGPT

Discover the prevailing threats that pose a constant challenge to businesses in today's ever-evolving world. Join ChatGPT as we explore the diverse array of threats faced by businesses and uncover the most significant among them. While the nature of the threat may differ based on factors such as industry and business size, several common threats prevail across the board. Cybersecurity threats, including hacking, malware, and ransomware attacks, have reached unprecedented levels of sophistication, constituting a substantial menace to businesses.
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ChatGPT and Cato: Get Fish, Not Tackles

ChatGPT is all the rage these days. Its ability to magically produce coherent and typically well-written, essay-length answers to (almost) any question is simply mind-blowing. Like any marketing department on the planet, we wanted to “latch onto the news.” How can we connect Cato and ChatGPT? Our head of demand generation, Merav Keren, made an interesting comparison between ChatGPT and Google Search.


AI on offense: Can ChatGPT be used for cyberattacks?

Generative AI models have a long history in artificial intelligence (AI). It all started back in the 1950s with Hidden Markov Models and Gaussian Mixture Models, and it really evolved with the advent of Deep Learning. In the past five years alone, we have gone from models with several millions of parameters to the latest being GPT-4, estimated to have over 100 trillion parameters.

Unlocking the Secrets of Spanish Slang: A Closer Look at Cybersecurity Lingo

Spain has one of the biggest cybersecurity markets in Europe. By the end of 2023, it's estimated to be worth more than $2.4 billion. There's a good reason for this. According to recent reports by ESET, Spanish users are particularly at risk from remote desktop attacks. In a single fourth-month period alone, Span suffered more than 50 billion remote desktop attacks. While this comes as a real concern for computer users, the growing trend of cyber attacks presents lucrative career prospects. From entry-level penetration testers to senior security analyst roles, there are plenty of rewarding roles out there.