ChatGPT will continue to operate inside the European Union despite warnings from OpenAI CEO Sam Altman that he's prepared to pull out from the bloc if he doesn't like regulations being prepared in Brussels. European lawmakers earlier this month proposed new obligations for AI models such as GPT.
Seed funding for Israeli cybersecurity startups has blossomed despite the economic downturn, and both deal volume and size have strengthened in 2022 as compared to 2021. The indefinite closing of the initial public offering market in spring 2022 caused late-stage investment to fall off a cliff.
With data distributed across multiple clouds serving an increasingly remote workforce, can existing data protection programs truly be successful? Most data protection solutions have been built on a foundation of legacy technologies and operations that only drive up complexity and costs.
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The chief executive of the company behind generative artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT called for global regulations, including licensing, in testimony before a U.S. congressional panel. The Biden administration is already investigating mechanisms to ensure an "AI accountability ecosystem."
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss how the Feds have dismembered Russia's 'Snake' cyberespionage operation; the ongoing debate over privacy laws and regulations in the APAC region; and why more companies are banning the use of generative AI tool ChatGPT.
As Bugcrowd helps OpenAI keep pace with the inevitable cybersecurity risks amid the massive popularity of its applications, the bug bounty firm's CEO discusses the unique elements of finding vulnerabilities in OpenAI, its impact and the journey so far.
Most healthcare workers don't check security protocols before trying out new generative AI tools such as ChatGPT, putting patient and other sensitive data at risk, said Sean Kennedy of software vendor Salesforce, which recently conducted research on potential security gaps in healthcare settings.
Everyone needs to have a security-first mindset for identity because as much as it is a defender's shield, it is also an attacker's target, said Rohit Ghai, CEO at RSA. In fact, identities are the most attacked part of enterprises, yet too little energy is spent on monitoring them.
Cybercrime has grown considerably in the last several years. The scope, velocity and variability of attacks have increased, as has the attack surface - and it's impossible for humans alone to understand, correlate, find the cause, analyze and fix it, said Bipul Sinha, co-founder and CEO of Rubrik.
With the growing dominance of AI and concerns over its responsible use, is it time to move toward AI ethics by design? Sameer Ahirrao, founder of Ardent Privacy, shared how privacy and regulatory verticals should - and will - shape the future of AI.
As organizations increasingly look to use artificial intelligence to boost cybersecurity, Kroll's Alan Brill discusses how sound legal counsel and compliance officers can ensure caution and assist with due diligence for the effective implementation of the technology.
Artificial intelligence can solve really old problems around data wrangling and data protection that are essential to many security investigations, said Norwest Ventures' Rama Sekhar. The VC firm is looking at emerging companies that use large language models to automatically clean up data.
Cybersecurity expert Mikko Hypponen recently got sent "LL Morpher," a new piece of malware that uses OpenAI's GPT to rewrite its Python code with every new infection. While more proof-of-concept than current threat, "the whole AI thing right now feels exciting and scary at the same time," he said.
AI Trust Risk and Security Management - AI TRiSM - is a new Gartner research category, and distinguished analyst Avivah Litan is assigned to it. She discussed today's AI attack surface, including attacks that use AI as well as attacks against it and trends to watch in the second half of 2023.
Generative AI tools such as ChatGPT have created quite a buzz. Cybersecurity defenders are excited about the prospect of simplifying coding but are concerned about security and privacy issues. SentinelOne’s Milad Aslaner said security teams should get to know emerging AI - before the criminals do.