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SecureOps Cyber Spotlight

SecureOps Cyber Spotlight – #3 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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The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Attacks and Cyber Defense

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. Attackers can use AI algorithms to identify patterns in security systems and devise strategies to bypass them, while cyber defense can use algorithms, among other technologies, to identify anomalous behavior.

In this article, we will expand the discussion to include the advantages AI provides cyber criminals as well as the advantages it provides cyber defense.

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91% of Security and IT Professionals Agree Cybercriminals are Already Using AI in Email Attacks

This is a short but excellent post on summarizing a recent SlashNext survey of U.S. tech and security leaders at organizations of at least 1,000 employees. In the survey, 91% of respondents either agreed or strongly agreed that cybercriminals are already using AI in email attacks targeting their organizations, with 74% indicating they have experienced an increase in the use of AI by cybercriminals in the past six months.

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Cybercriminals Train AI Chatbots for Phishing, Malware Attacks

We know there are hundreds of articles on FraudGPT; however, despite the advertisements and slow loading, Bleeping Computer was the best in our opinion. They also discuss the emergence of DarkBert which we know you will hear about in the coming weeks.

In the wake of WormGPT, a ChatGPT clone trained on malware-focused data, a new generative artificial intelligence hacking tool called FraudGPT has emerged, and at least another one is under development that is allegedly based on Google’s AI experiment, Bard.

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Paramount, Forever 21 Data Breaches Set Stage for Follow-on Attacks

In a pair of breaches that were recently revealed;  cyber attacks have hit media giant Paramount Global and fashion purveyor Forever 21, exposing personally identifiable information for thousands of people in the latter’s case and setting them up for a raft of follow-on attacks. For Forever 21, the retailer discovered the intrusion on August 4, but the unauthorized access took place between Jan. 5 and March 21.

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Only 16% of Ransomware Victims Able to Fully Recover Data

An ESG study suggests that 80% of organizations surveyed stated that they expect their spending in support of ransomware preparedness to increase over the next 12 to 18 months. In addition, according to the study, 74 percent of respondents are concerned that their backups could be compromised by ransomware. Further, 3 in 4 respondent organizations have experienced a successful ransomware attack in the last 12 months. Among the 600 respondents, only 16 percent of those whose organization had experienced a successful ransomware attack were able to fully recover all their data after the attack, while a staggering 84 percent lost data they were not able to recoup.

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