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PyRIT: Microsoft’s Latest Tool for AI Red Teaming

Posted on 24 Feb 2024

Microsoft has unveiled PyRIT (Python Risk Identification Tool), a pioneering open-access framework designed to enhance the security of generative AI technologies. This innovative tool aims to support the proactive identification of potential risks within AI systems, focusing on both security threats and responsible AI considerations, such as fairness and the accuracy of generated content. PyRIT ...

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CISA Launching Zero Trust Initiative Office Previewed in March 2023

Posted on 22 Feb 2024

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is taking a strategic step forward by integrating its various zero trust security initiatives under one roof, according to Sean Connelly, CISA’s senior cybersecurity architect and trusted internet connections program manager, last Thursday at CyberScoop’s Zero Trust Summit. Connelly has been instrumental in shaping the agency’s zero trust ...

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Understanding Data Disposal: A Key to Data Privacy

Posted on 16 Feb 2024

Data disposal, a critical component of information lifecycle management, involves the processes and methods used to permanently remove or delete data from digital storage devices. This practice is essential in managing data securely, ensuring that once data is no longer required, it cannot be recovered or misused. Data disposal works by overwriting the original data ...

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Choosing the Right CompTIA Security+ Certification: What’s new in SY0-701?

Posted on 09 Feb 2024

As you embark on the path to bolstering your cybersecurity skills through obtaining certifications, choosing between the CompTIA Security+ SY0-601 and SY0-701 exams can be a pivotal decision in your professional development. Both exams serve as a gateway to demonstrating your cybersecurity expertise but differ in their focus and the recency of the content they ...

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FortiSIEM’s Critical OS Command Injection Vulnerabilities: CVE-2024-23108 and CVE-2024-23109

Posted on 08 Feb 2024

Fortinet has recently issued a warning about two critical-severity vulnerabilities within its FortiSIEM platform. These vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2024-23108 and CVE-2024-23109, both received the highest level of concern with a provisional Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) score of 10. These vulnerabilities have a high potential to be exploited without any form of authentication, a prospect ...

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