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Facebook’s ‘Red Team’ Hacks Its Own AI Programs

Attackers increasingly try to confuse and bypass machine-learning systems. So the companies that deploy them are getting creative. Source: Facebook’s ‘Red Team’ Hacks Its Own AI Programs

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Lamphone attack lets threat actors recover conversations from your light bulb | ZDNet

Academics record light variations in a light bulb to recover the sound waves (speech, conversations, songs) from a room 25 meters (80 feet) away. Source: Lamphone attack lets threat actors recover conversations from your light bulb | ZDNet Download a Security Risk Assessment steps paper! Download a vCISO template Subscribe to DISC InfoSec blog by […]

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Threat Simulation Overview and Setup – Active Countermeasures

Intro: No software project is complete without testing. In this blog series, we’ll cover how to test if your Threat Hunting platform can detect common threats.[…] Source: Threat Simulation Overview and Setup – Active Countermeasures Why You Need Threat Hunting! Cyber Threat Hunting: Identify and Hunt Down Intruders Real-Time Threat Hunting – SANS Threat Hunting […]

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Global Threat Detection Report

2019 Global Threat Detection Report 2019 Global Threat Detection Report via CrowdStrike The best practice guide for an effective infoSec function Practice Guide Open a PDF file 2019 Global Threat Detection Report. 2019 Global Threat Report- The 1-10-60 Rule World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2019 “Threat Detection & Prevention” appliances Subscribe to DISC InfoSec […]

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