In-brief: In this Security Ledger Podcast, Editor in Chief Paul Roberts speaks with Dmitri Alperovitch about the latest trends in sophisticated cyber attacks, and how Russia’s hacking of the U.S. election and weaponization of stolen information is likely to influence the U.S. government’s response to future hacks – responses that might not take place in cyber space.
In-brief:will computers and artificial intelligence “kill the infosec star” (to paraphrase The Buggles) with algorithms taking the place of workers who buy food, houses, cars and clothing? Maybe not, says Dario Forte of DF Labs in this Security Ledger podcast.
In-brief: Filmed at The RSA Security Conference in San Francisco, Security Ledger Editor in Chief Paul Roberts talks about the growing interest in machine learning technology in the information security field and how it is being applied.
In-brief: The RSA Conference’s most celebrated start-up, UnifyID, signals a fast-approaching revolution in how we do identity online. (Updated with link to UnifyID interview video. – PFR 2/20/2017)
In-brief: Security orchestration and automation tools seemed like fantasy technology just a few years ago. But this year’s RSA Conference suggests that the time for automation tools may have arrived. In this interview, we talk with Oliver Friedrichs of Phantom Cyber.