China-Backed cyber attacks, AI automation a savior or job-stealer? AI's impact on cybersecurity with ManageEngine, and more.
- How three US teenagers built Mirai, a DDoS botnet that exploited IoT devices, and avoided prison by helping the FBI with cybercrime and cybersecurity matters.
- Volt Typhoon' breaks fresh ground for China-backed cyber campaigns.
- Enterprises must prepare now for shorter TLS certificate lifespans.
- AI-generated automation: Taking jobs or preventing burnout?
- We talk to Ram Vaidyanathan, IT Security Evangelist from ManageEngine, about the ever-shifting priorities in cybersecurity, budgets, and AI ops and discuss emerging ransomware threats, ransomware-as-a-service, and the implications these disruptions could have on IoT and operational technology.
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- 'Volt Typhoon' Breaks Fresh Ground for China-Backed Cyber Campaigns
- Enterprises Must Prepare Now for Shorter TLS Certificate Lifespans
- thisisunsafe - Bypassing chrome security warnings
- AI-powered automation enhances job fulfillment for nearly 60% of workers: Report
- UiPath 2023 Automation Generation Report
- How to define an effective cybersecurity budget for 2023