According to a recent pulse poll from ISACA on generative AI, only 6% of respondents' organizations are providing training to all staff on AI, and more than half - 54% - say that no AI training is provided at all, even to teams directly affected by AI.
In the latest weekly update, four editors at Information Security Media Group discuss Sam Altman and OpenAI's brief leadership nightmare, the state of generative AI one year after the general release of ChatGPT, and how police nabbed a suspected ransomware group ringleader in Ukraine.
In this era of extended digital transformation projects and emerging AI technologies, understanding the implications of technological advancement - and the risks that come with innovation - is increasingly critical for enterprise security, according to Sambasivan G, CFO at Tata Play.
Nov. 30 marks the one-year public birthday of ChatGPT. Gartner's Avivah Litan shared insights on the current state and future of generative AI, as well as the potential market after-effects of the pre-Thanksgiving drama involving OpenAI, its board and fired/reinstated CEO Sam Altman.
Indonesian data protection experts recommend understanding the types of personal data collected and their purpose, urging companies to leverage established frameworks such as NIST and ISO 27701. These frameworks should align with the regulations of each country.
DDoS and other cyberattacks against media outlets and critical services are what Guy Shafir, CTO of Israeli tech vendor WideOps, has been dealing with since the start of the terrorist attacks in Israel on Oct. 7. Shafir shared details about the response to these intense attacks.
Generative AI can improve operational efficiencies, enhance risk and compliance and elevate the client experience for financial services firms, said Wipro's Suzanne Dann. Wipro embraced generative AI to reduce fraud by spotting anomalous behavior and used synthetic data to test deep learning models.
The SEC recently charged SolarWinds and its CISO for fraud amid cybersecurity lapses. Most organizations are reckless in making statements to the market to preserve their company's stock prices, not realizing that this is tantamount to fraud, said experts.
In the latest weekly update, the former federal CISO, Grant Schneider, joins three editors at ISMG to discuss important cybersecurity issues, including advice for the next White House cyber director and liability concerns facing CISOs following SolarWinds and its CISO being accused of fraud.
AI has become a major talking point for cybersecurity vendors since the release of ChatGPT a year ago. But AI and ML are nothing new, and the power behind using them to detect cyberthreats comes from the richness of datasets, said Debasish Mukherjee, VP of sales for the APJ region at SonicWall.
With many organizations rapidly embracing AI and ML, CISOs must meet the cybersecurity and privacy challenges of adopting these technologies head on. Shailendra Kothavale, chief compliance and risk officer at Aditya Birla Sun Life Insurance, discussed the challenges and threats ahead.
Threat detection is a data-intensive process, and AI and machine learning technologies can help security teams gain insights faster. But to get the most out of AI and ML, Kotak Securities CISO Girish Dixit advised organizations to create AI models tailored to the organization's nuances.
Over the past two decades, GreyOrange's Krishnamurthy Rajesh has seen major advancements in IT and OT technologies, with the rise of Industry 4.0, 5G wireless connections, the cloud and now AI and machine learning. These technologies increase risk, but the industry's cyber maturity is improving.
Having a small board of directors composed largely of current employees left OpenAI with insufficient governance and oversight, creating the conditions for Sam Altman's firing. Technology or financial firms considering an investment in OpenAI should have demanded a more stable and competent board.
Boards are more engaged in security and risk these days. It's a great time for CISOs to demonstrate their leadership, help the board understand what's achievable and uncover invisible issues facing the organization, said Bhimaraya Metri, director of the Indian Institute of Management, Nagpur.