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Benefits of Building a Multi-prong Mousetrap for WAF Policies with ML

The reason behind buying a market-leading Web Application Firewall (WAF) is to protect your website and web applications from malicious attacks, plus complying with industry or regional data and privacy standards. In ...
Using AI and ML to Win Against Fraud

Use of Defensive AI Against Cyberattacks Grows

Security leaders are increasingly turning to AI and ML-based defenses against cyberattacks as pessimism grows over the efficacy of human-based cybersecurity defense efforts. A recent survey from MIT Technology Review Insights, sponsored ...
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phishing Cybersecurity Threats on the Rise

Breaking the Phishing Kill Chain

Sophisticated, nation-state attacks on prominent federal agencies tend to capture the majority of cybersecurity headlines. But security pros know the greater risk to their organizations comes from a more mundane, but more ...
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Tom Cruise, TikTok and Fraud: How to combat DeepFakes

Tom Cruise, TikTok and Fraud: How to combat DeepFakes

In this blog, we look into how the TikTok videos of Tom Cruise were created and the malicious implications of the technology ...
Never a dill moment: Exploiting machine learning pickle files

Never a dill moment: Exploiting machine learning pickle files

By Evan Sultanik Python pickles are compiled programs run in a unique virtual machine called a Pickle Machine (PM). The PM interprets the pickle file’s sequence of opcodes to construct an arbitrarily complex ...
From Rule- to Machine Learning-Based Security

From Rule- to Machine Learning-Based Security

Organizations need to address the growth of more sophisticated attacks on APIs with machine learning-driven security. The post From Rule- to Machine Learning-Based Security appeared first on Radware Blog ...

ABCs of UEBA: S is for Sabotage

Sabotage is the worst type of cyberattack. Stealing data is one thing, and it’s a... The post ABCs of UEBA: S is for Sabotage appeared first on Gurucul ...

Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic: Getting Lucky

Antonio Regalado’s February 5, 2021 article in the MIT Technology Review, “The next act for messenger RNA could be bigger than covid vaccines,” which is available at The next act for messenger ...
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Extended Detection and Response (XDR) Unifies Security Telemetry to Contextualize Risk

With the rise of sophisticated attacks, a widening attack surface, more assets to protect, and... The post Extended Detection and Response (XDR) Unifies Security Telemetry to Contextualize Risk appeared first on Gurucul ...
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Using Data to Fuel Transformation Across the Business

Data.  Data is at the heart of Security Analytics.  Lots of Data.  And data fuels... The post Using Data to Fuel Transformation Across the Business appeared first on Gurucul ...