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This woman who delivered flowers to your office was a hacker. Did you let her in?

SC Media Podcast She may have cheerfully strolled into your company’s reception area holding a gift basket and a USB drive with a special message from the sender. Or she may have sent you an email claiming she’s a college student interested in an internship program. Did you plug in that USB drive? Did you…
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Report: NIST to use IBM’s Watson AI system to score vulnerabilities

The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) reportedly plans to replace its method of scoring publicly disclosed vulnerabilities with a new automated process leveraging IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence system. The agency expects Watson to supplant its current Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) process for most bugs by October 2019, according to a report…
Anil Markose of Booz Allen Hamilton says cybersecurity is more about the mindset than the technical
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NYU and NY Cyber Command team up to offer cheap cybersecurity education and training

Earlier this year NYU Tandon School of Engineering and New York’s Cyber Command (NYC3) joined forces to announce one of the country’s most affordable Cybersecurity Master’s Degree in the form of its NY Cyber Fellows program. The program was developed to answer Mayor Bill de Blasio’s New York Works initiative to add 10,000 cybersecurity experts…
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IBM Security launches open-source AI

IBM Security unveiled an open-source toolkit at RSA 2018 that will allow the cyber community to test their AI-based security defenses against a live opponent in order to help build resilience and dependability into their systems.
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