Managing API Security for AI Programming
AI-based API security can build models of what’s normal, and be taught to recognize anomalous or unwanted patterns of activity that often signal attacks.
Whether launched by criminals, insiders, or run-on-the-mill hackers, the likelihood of a cyberattack exists, and both small and established organizations face the risk of moderate or severe harm. As a component of their risk management strategy, companies now have to routinely decide the risks to accept, control, avoid, or transfer.
Since the first step in responding to a security incident is to identify that an incident has occurred, identification becomes important to survival.
The SolarWinds attack was not the first attack on the IT supply chain, and it looks like the number of similar attacks is increasing.
In the healthcare industry, software security isn’t a state of being or a single action; it is a process, and requires more than hardening your software.
Databases typically contain organization’s personnel information, financial data of all kinds, and data describing its physical inventory and assets. DB security is vitally important to an organization’s health and its ability to conduct business. Here are seven basic principles and practices for securing a database.
Protecting games of chance against online gambling security threats in 2021 is more important than ever, especially where mobile gambling is concerned.
Here's a timeline of the major events in the SUNBURST attack, followed by recommendations for organizations to protect against supply-chain threats.
Organizations that lack the budget for a CISO are increasingly turning to an outsourced solution: the virtual CISO, or vCISO. Let’s look at what a vCISO does and how one can benefit small and medium-sized businesses.
In this age of lockdowns, social distancing and working from home, organizations must think carefully about how to extend their networks and services across the internet and into employees’ and contractors’ homes.