Tata Group working on 100 Gen AI projects: Chandrasekaran

Tata group chairman N Chandrasekaran on Friday said companies in the diversified group are executing over 100 generative artificial intelligence projects. AI can also have negative impacts, Chandrasekaran said, flagging potential job losses and privacy concerns as the areas we need to focus on. Addressing the group’s information technology (IT) services arm TCS’ 29th annual…

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Trend Micro taps Nvidia Software tools for AI Cybersecurity Offering

On Sunday, Trend Micro announced its collaboration with Nvidia to develop new cybersecurity tools utilizing artificial intelligence, aimed at securing the data centers where AI operations occur. These tools, showcased at the Computex conference in Taiwan, are designed to run on Nvidia’s chips, detecting intruders and ensuring that only authorized personnel can access sensitive data….

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Sophos the Cybersecurity Company Appointed Joe Levy as CEO

Joe Levy, who has been serving as acting CEO since 15 February, brings nearly three decades of experience in cybersecurity product development and leadership to his new role. Levy also spearheaded the creation of SophosAI and Sophos X-Ops, an operational threat intelligence unit comprising over 500 cybersecurity operators and threat intelligence experts. Sophos said this…

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Hackers Backdoored Courtroom Video Recording Software With System Hijacking Malware

Hackers Backdoored Courtroom Video Recording Software With System Hijacking Malware Courtroom software hijacked discovered by researchers of Rapid7 A vulnerability (CVE-2024-4978) has been identified in JAVS Viewer v8.3.7, a critical component for managing digital recordings in legal and government environments.  The installer for this version is backdoored, allowing attackers to remotely seize control of infected…

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Check Point Opens it’s 2nd Largest Global Office in Bengaluru

The Bengaluru office now stands as the company’s second-largest globally, following its headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel. As per the company India’s cyber security market is rapidly evolving, driven by increasingly sophisticated cyber threats. Check Point Software Technologies, a provider of cyber security solutions globally, has recently opened its new office in Bengaluru, to meet the…

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Fraudsters Increasingly using “Troll Factories” to Spread Deceptive Content on Social Media to Defraud Individuals: Shawn Loveland COO, Resecurity

Recently Securitydive interacted with Shawn Loveland COO of Resecurity who  emphasized the company’s commitment to making cybersecurity services accessible to everyday citizens who may not be fully aware of looming cyber threats. Loveland stated, “Cybercriminals often exploit the digital identities of children, women, and law-abiding individuals to commit cybercrimes and fraud, causing detrimental impacts on the…

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Kaspersky Experts Identify New Ransomware using BitLocker to encrypt corporate data

Kaspersky has identified ransomware attacks using Microsoft’s BitLocker to attempt encryption of corporate files. The threat actors are using VBScript – a programming language used to automate tasks on Windows computers – to create a malicious script with previously unreported features to maximize the damage of the attack, Kaspersky Global Emergency Response team reports. The…

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Navigating The Hajj Season: A Time Of Spiritual Unity & Rising Cyber Threats Targeting Consumers

  During the Hajj season, there is an increased risk of online scams targeting individuals who are planning to make the pilgrimage to Mecca. Fraudsters employ various tactics to deceive and defraud unsuspecting pilgrims. According to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), every year, around 25,000 pilgrims from the UK travel to Saudi Arabia…

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Remote Work, Aging Tech Targeted by Canada Cybersecurity Plan

(Bloomberg)  The Canadian government released its first-ever cybersecurity strategy on Wednesday, with the aim of addressing challenges posed by remote work, cloud computing, aging infrastructure and recruitment. The strategy, announced by Treasury Board President Anita Anand, concluded that government departments and agencies generally lacked “repeatable” processes to identify and respond to new and emerging cyber…

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