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Understanding the Joe Biden Executive Order on AI and Enhancing Cybersecurity: Key Takeaways and Recommendations

On October 30, 2023, the White House issued an Executive Order promoting safe, secure, and trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI) deployment. This Executive Order recognizes the global challenges and opportunities presented by AI and emphasizes the need for collaboration, standards development, and responsible government use for national security.

MixMode Strengthens Generative AI Threat Detection Platform with New Enhancements

MixMode announce today the availability of its quarterly Generative AI Platform update. Continuing to innovate with new features that drive threat detection and response capabilities in large data environments, the latest updates include expanded cloud data ingestion capabilities, including support for the ingestion of Identity Data, integrations with the MITRE ATT&CK Framework, and expanded deployments across cloud environments.

MixMode Launches Paradigm Partner Program to Enable Global Partners to Support Their Clients’ Need for Advanced Defenses Against increasingly Sophisticated Cyber Threats

Today we announce the MixMode Paradigm Partner Program, giving the world’s top Value Added Resellers (VARs), Managed Service Providers (MSP), Global Systems Integrators (GSIs) and Distributors, access to an advanced cybersecurity platform for real-time threat detection and response.

Forbes Technology Council: Why Large Language Models (LLMs) Alone Won’t Save Cybersecurity

The star of the moment is Large Language Models (aka LLMs), the foundational model that powers ChatGPT. There are plenty of documented examples of truly impressive feats built on this technology: writing reports or outputting code in seconds. At its core, LLMs basically ingest A LOT of text (e.g., think Internet) as a corpus of training data and rely on human feedback in a type of supervised training called reinforcement learning.

AI Offers Potential to Enhance The U.S. Department of Homeland Security

The establishment of the AI Task Force by the DHS demonstrates a commitment to harnessing the potential of AI in addressing emerging threats and safeguarding national security. By leveraging AI technology in various areas, such as supply chain integrity, countering drug trafficking, combating online child exploitation, and securing critical infrastructure, the DHS aims to stay ahead of evolving risks and protect the nation more effectively.

Machine Learning vs Artificial Intelligence: This Week in AI

What’s the difference between ML and AI in Cybersecurity? Many don’t understand how AI works in terms of cybersecurity, despite most agreeing that it is necessary to implement it going forward. According to a recent survey by Webroot, nearly 75 percent of IT professionals stated they intend to incorporate more artificial intelligence (AI) solutions into their cybersecurity …

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Do we need AI in CYbersecurity? This Week in AI

Artificial Intelligence is Fundamental to the Future of Cybersecurity According to a 2019 SME Cyber Security Report by Senseon, eighty-one percent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) think Artificial Intelligence (AI) is crucial to the state and future of cybersecurity. Key findings in the report include: 88% of SMEs have a dedicated security budget 53% think an …

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