Open-source security provider ARMO has released a new integration between the ARMO platform and the ChatGPT artificial intelligence tool, according to VentureBeat.
The integration would allow security teams to secure CI/CD pipelines and Kubernetes clusters through customized Open Policy Agent-based policies and hints at generative AI's potential for bolstering security professionals' capabilities in containerized environments. The use case demonstrated by ARMO involved using natural-language queries to generate the desired code and controls. In effect, it reduces the need for security teams to learn new coding languages to create security policies for their cloud environments.
"ARMO has integrated ChatGPT to help users create their own custom controls without the need to know how to use OPA and Rego. All they need to do is write what they want to check in natural language, and ARMO with ChatGPT will generate the exact control written in Rego with the description and suggested remediation," according to ARMO co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Ben Hirschberg.
Nation state-sponsored advanced persistent threats Sandworm and Volt Typhoon and various distributed denial-of-service botnets were noted by Amazon Web Services to have been thwarted using its new MadPot internal threat intelligence decoy system, reports SecurityWeek.
Newsweek reports that Netflix has been affected by outages in certain portions of the U.S., Brazil, Russia, Poland, Turkey, Japan, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates, and the UK, on Sept. 28 following a distributed denial-of-service attack by self-proclaimed hacktivist operation Anonymous Sudan.
Modern integrated graphics processing units, including those manufactured by AMD, Arm, Apple, Intel, Qualcomm, and Nvidia, could be targeted to expose sensitive data through the new GPU.zip side-channel attack, which exploits graphical data compression, The Hacker News reports.