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Corporations Face Off with Hackers Around AI Cybersecurity

The mantra of modern technology is to improve and innovate continuously. It makes sense as we strive to look for more improved ways to...

Artificial Intelligence Moves to Top Corporate Spending Priority

Apple's hiring of Google's former head of search technology and artificial intelligence is the latest sign that AI is becoming a major battleground for...

Fighting Through the Hype to Define How AI Can Help Cybersecurity

Walking the enormous exhibition halls at the recent RSA security conference in San Francisco, you could have easily gotten the impression that digital defense was...

How AI Can Identify New Malware as Readily as it Recognizes...

From ransomware to botnets, malware takes seemingly endless forms, and it’s forever proliferating. Try as we might, the humans who would defend our computers...

Cybersecurity Suppliers Innovating to Bring AI-based Products to Market

If you want to understand what’s happening with artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity, look no further than this week’s news. On Monday, Palo Alto Networks...

Allure Security Closes $5.3 Million in Seed Round Funding

Allure Security today announced the close of a $5.3 million seed funding round. (Allure executives are shown above.) The company will use the investment...

Thoughts on AI and Security from Bruce Schneier at AI World

Bruce Schneier is scary smart. The things he talks about – AI weaponization, remote hacking of commercial airliners and self-driving cars, malicious alteration of medical records...

Dark Web Intelligence Firm Terbium Raises Another $6M from Glasswing

Terbium Labs, focused on intelligence about the dark web, recently announced a $6 million investment led by Glasswing Ventures, bringing the total raised by...

60 Cybersecurity Predictions For 2018

Like death and taxes, there are only two safe predictions about cybersecurity in 2018: There will be more spectacular data breaches and the EU General...

Privacy fears over artificial intelligence as crimestopper

Police in the US state of Delaware are poised to deploy "smart" cameras in cruisers to help authorities detect a vehicle carrying a fugitive,...