Amid growing threats from China and Russia, Biden signs new infrastructure security memo – Washington Times

A version of this article appeared in the daily Threat Status newsletter from The Washington Times. Click here to receive Threat Status delivered directly to your inbox each weekday. President Biden signed a national security memorandum Tuesday laying out an updated, governmentwide plan to protect critical American infrastructure in the face of growing cyberthreats from

Akamai introduces Guardicore Platform to combat rising ransomware attacks – SecurityBrief Asia

Akamai Technologies, the cloud company that powers and protects life online, has launched the Akamai Guardicore Platform, the first-ever security platform to bring together industry-leading Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and microsegmentation. The platform is a powerful weapon in the fight against increasingly aggressive ransomware groups, offering broad and granular control over security measures through

US Issues Stark Warning on AI Risks to Critical Infrastructure – PYMNTS.com

In a bid to safeguard the nation’s vital infrastructure, the federal government is now offering a playbook to help companies navigate the treacherous landscape of cybersecurity, including the brewing dangers lurking in artificial intelligence. The recommendations, issued by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, highlight the need for enhanced safeguards as AI increasingly integrates into essential sectors such

Network access control market predict strong growth by 2032 – SecurityBrief Australia

DataHorizzon Research recently published a report on the Network Access Control Market, forecasting substantial growth from USD $2.9 billion in 2023 to USD $14.5 billion by 2032 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.5%. Network Access Control (NAC) is a security technology that enables the regulation and monitoring of device access to a

Backslash Security unveils security risks in AI-generated code – SecurityBrief Australia

Backslash Security, an innovator in application security, has recently unveiled the significant security implications of AI-generated code through its GPT-4 developer simulation exercise. The initiative, constructed and implemented by the Backslash Research Team, employed LLM-generated code to uncover potential security blind spots. Gartner’s data shows that 63% of organisations are either in the pilot stage