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Executives from Adobe, Amazon, Google, IBM, Meta, Microsoft, OpenAI and TikTok gathered at the Munich Security Conference to announce a framework for how they...
Facebook and Instagram users will start seeing labels on AI-generated images that appear on their social media feeds, as the tech industry aims to...
Google has released its fuzzing framework in open source to boost the ability of developers and researchers to identify vulnerabilities.
AI testing platform RagaAI raises $4.7 million in seed funding to help identify AI issues and improve security and reliability.
Security researchers flag multiple severe vulnerabilities in open source AI/ML solutions MLflow, ClearML, Hugging Face.
Researchers show how a new attack named LeftoverLocals, which impacts GPUs from AMD, Apple and Qualcomm, can be used to obtain AI data.
NIST has published guidance on adversarial machine learning (AML) attacks and mitigations, warning that there is no silver bullet.
While AI can significantly bolster defense mechanisms, it also equips adversaries with powerful tools to launch sophisticated cyberattacks.
Researchers have warned that powerful AI models could be used to supercharge online disinformation, cyberattacks or creation of bioweapons.
Virtual conference explores cybersecurity use-cases for artificial intelligence (AI) technology and the race to protect LLM algorithms from adversarial use.
The LockBit ransomware operation has been severely disrupted by an international law enforcement operation resulting in server seizures and arrests.
ConnectWise ships patches for extremely critical security defects in its ScreenConnect remote desktop access product and urges emergency patching.