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91% of cybersecurity pros fear hackers will use AI to attack their company

Some 87% of companies use artificial intelligence in their cybersecurity strategy, according to Webroot.

  • 87% of US cybersecurity professionals report that their organizations are currently using AI as part of their cybersecurity strategy. -Webroot, 2017
  • 91% of cybersecurity professionals are concerned about hackers using AI against companies in cyberattacks. -Webroot, 2017

More than 90% of cybersecurity professionals are concerned that … Read more...

Developers, rejoice: Now AI can write code for you

Rice University researchers created a deep learning, software coding application called BAYOU that can help human programmers work with APIs.

Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways:

  • Rice University researchers created an application called BAYOU that uses deep learning to write code for programmers.
  • BAYOU was created with funding from the US Department of Defense.
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How to run your business from your smartphone: 11 tips

With stronger compute power, smartphones are becoming a more adept enterprise tool. Here’s how to leverage the power of a mobile device to keep your business running smoothly.

With faster speeds, stronger devices, and more work being done in the cloud, working from a smartphone is now a reality for many businesses. Hardware, software, and networking advances allow professionals, including … Read more...

Researchers find 29 types of USB attacks, recommend never plugging into a USB you don’t own

If you ever find a lost charger, don’t use it. If you need power and are tempted to plug into a public USB port, don’t do it.

It’s long been known that you should never insert an unknown USB drive to your computer because it could be loaded with malware. However, new research from Ben-Gurion University has exposed 29 types … Read more...

Cisco: This VPN bug has a 10 out of 10 severity rating, so patch it now

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The researcher who found the flaw will be telling the world how to exploit it this weekend.

Cisco has warned customers using its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software to patch a dangerous VPN bug that a researcher will be revealing how to exploit this weekend.

Cisco’s ASA operating system for its network security devices has a severe double-free vulnerability in … Read more...