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DevSecOps and log analysis: improving application security

More and more organizations are abandoning the outdated waterfall development methodology for more practical and efficient Agile development practices. As this movement has occurred, development teams are moving faster than ever by employing Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) practices that are serving to shorten development cycles and get new features into production faster. This does, however, come with greater security risk in some respects.


Elastic Security 8.8: Powerful endpoint response, alert triage, and data accuracy to bring more efficiency to security

As the volume and complexity of cyber threats continue to increase, security analysts face mounting pressure to protect their organizations from attack with maximum efficiency. Elastic Security 8.8 introduces features designed to help analysts digest, prioritize, and quickly respond to security incidents. These features include the following: Elastic Security 8.8 is available on Elastic Cloud — the only hosted Elasticsearch offering to include all of the new features in this latest release.


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.


Reliability and security best practices for financial services in ANZ

Every year, Australians lose over $6 billion due to financial fraud and cybercrime , so it is great to see the collaboration between banks in Australia to fight fraudsters head-on with the help of the Fraud Reporting Exchange (FRX ). The FRX is a trusted, secure, single platform providing timely and efficient means of reporting and actioning fraudulent (including scam) activities between banks.


UTMStack Unveils Ground-breaking Artificial Intelligence to Revolutionize Cybersecurity Operations

Doral, Florida UTMStack, a leading innovator in cybersecurity solutions, has announced a significant breakthrough in the field of cybersecurity – an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system that performs the job of a security analyst, promising to transform cybersecurity practices forever.


Will predictive AI revolutionize the SIEM industry?

The cybersecurity industry is extremely dynamic and always finds a way to accommodate the latest and best technologies available into its systems. There are two major reasons: one, because cyberattacks are constantly evolving and organizations need to have the cutting edge technologies in place to detect sophisticated attacks; and two, because of the complexity of the network architecture of many organizations.


Watershed Moment for Responsible AI or Just Another Conversation Starter?

The Biden Administration’s recent moves to promote “responsible innovation” in artificial intelligence may not fully satiate the appetites of AI enthusiasts or defuse the fears of AI skeptics. But the moves do appear to at least start to form a long-awaited framework for the ongoing development of one of the more controversial technologies impacting people’s daily lives. The May 4 announcement included three pieces of news.


Unleashing the power of community-driven cloud security

As cloud technology continues to be a cornerstone of modern businesses and organizations, securing cloud environments has become more crucial than ever. Enter cloud security posture management (CSPM), a proactive approach to ensuring the security of cloud infrastructures. With CSPM, organizations can continuously monitor, assess, and remediate potential vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in their cloud environments. But when choosing a CSPM solution, is open source the way to go?