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SecureOps Cyber Spotlight

SecureOps Cyber Spotlight – #2 Edition

Discover the best of the best in this week’s Cyber Spotlight, featuring four top articles and one of our own blog posts. We carefully hand-picked these pieces based on our strict criteria. Our ultimate goal with our new Cyber Spotlight is to deliver accessible, informative, and actionable content, empowering you to make informed decisions and strengthen your digital defenses.

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Four Artificial Intelligence Threats Will Challenge the Cybersecurity Industry

According to a report published by Statista, the amount of big data generated is growing at a rate of 40%, and it will reach 163 trillion gigabytes by 2025. One of the primary outcomes of this explosion of data is the emergence of an artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem. The term “AI ecosystem” refers to machines or systems with high computing power that mimic human intelligence.


The Rise of AI in Cybersecurity: How It’s Reshaping the Battlefields

AI has ushered in a new era of technological advancement, with transformative effects in domains like healthcare and transportation. But perhaps nowhere is its impact more pronounced than in cybersecurity. As AI continues to evolve, it brings with it a new breed of cyber threats and defensive strategies, completely redefining the nature of this ongoing battle. AI’s integration into cybersecurity is a natural progression of technology. Its ability to process large volumes of data and learn from patterns makes it the perfect tool for rapid threat detection and mitigation. What started as AI assisting in automating routine security tasks has now evolved into something much more.


New Report Reveals Growing Threat of AI in Email Attacks

A recent study conducted by IRONSCALES highlights the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in email attacks. The report predicts that this trend will continue to rise dramatically in the coming years. In the past six months alone, 74% of respondents reported an uptick in AI-powered cyber-attacks, with an alarming 85% believing that AI will be used to bypass their current email security measures. Given these findings, it’s no surprise that 77% of organizations now rank email security as one of their top three priorities. In fact, a staggering 90% have already adopted AI-enabled email security solutions to enhance their existing measures.


10 Strategies Chief Information Security Officers Can Use To Improve Board Cyber Risk Reports

A consistent theme is that many cyber leaders already knew of material risks their businesses ignored way before a significant breach occurred. But they either felt they needed to feel more empowered to speak up, or their message was carefully massaged as it moved up corporate hierarchies. It’s also only possible for the cyber security team to know some things. Be open to what you don’t know as long as you have a clear plan to identify and close gaps.


New Study Reveals Growing Trend of Attackers Exploiting Abandoned Websites for Phishing Activities

Abandoned and poorly maintained websites have become prime targets for attackers looking to host phishing pages, according to a recent study by cybersecurity company Kaspersky. One of their main focuses is WordPress sites, which are vulnerable due to the high number of known vulnerabilities in the widely used content management system and its plugins. Between mid-May and the end of July, researchers at Kaspersky discovered a staggering 22,400 unique WordPress websites that had been compromised by threat actors for the purpose of hosting phishing pages.