A Former OpenAI Leader Says Safety Has ‘Taken a Backseat to Shiny Products’ at the AI Company

Jan Leike, who ran OpenAI’s “Super Alignment” team believes there should be more focus on preparing for the next generation of AI models, including on things like safety The post A Former OpenAI Leader Says Safety Has ‘Taken a Backseat to Shiny Products’ at the AI Company appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

User Outcry as Slack Scrapes Customer Data for AI Model Training

Slack reveals it has been training AI/ML models on customer data, including messages, files and usage information. It’s opt-in by default. The post User Outcry as Slack Scrapes Customer Data for AI Model Training appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

In Other News: MediSecure Hack, Scattered Spider Targeted by FBI, New Wi-Fi Attack

Noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar: FBI is targeting Scattered Spider, Australia’s MediSecure hacked, new Wi-Fi attack. The post In Other News: MediSecure Hack, Scattered Spider Targeted by FBI, New Wi-Fi Attack appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

CISA Warns of Exploited Vulnerabilities in EOL D-Link Products

CISA has added two vulnerabilities in discontinued D-Link products to its KEV catalog, including a decade-old flaw. The post CISA Warns of Exploited Vulnerabilities in EOL D-Link Products appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Critical Flaw in AI Python Package Can Lead to System and Data Compromise

A critical vulnerability tracked as CVE-2024-34359 and dubbed Llama Drama can allow hackers to target AI product developers. The post Critical Flaw in AI Python Package Can Lead to System and Data Compromise appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

New ‘Antidot’ Android Trojan Allows Cybercriminals to Hack Devices, Steal Data

The Antidot Android banking trojan snoops on users and steals their credentials, contacts, and SMS messages. The post New ‘Antidot’ Android Trojan Allows Cybercriminals to Hack Devices, Steal Data appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Microsoft Quick Assist Tool Abused for Ransomware Delivery

The Black Basta group abuses remote connection tool Quick Assist in vishing attacks leading to ransomware deployment. The post Microsoft Quick Assist Tool Abused for Ransomware Delivery appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Woman Accused of Helping North Korean IT Workers Infiltrate Hundreds of US Firms

The US government has announced charges, seizures, arrests and rewards as part of an effort to disrupt a scheme that generates revenue for North Korea. The post Woman Accused of Helping North Korean IT Workers Infiltrate Hundreds of US Firms appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

C/side Emerges From Stealth Mode With $1.7 Million Investment

C/side has emerged from stealth mode with $1.7 million in pre-seed funding from Scribble Ventures and angel investors The post C/side Emerges From Stealth Mode With $1.7 Million Investment appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Alkira Raises $100 Million for Secure Network Infrastructure Platform

Network infrastructure as-a-service Alkira has raised $100 million in a Series C funding round led by Tiger Global Management. The post Alkira Raises $100 Million for Secure Network Infrastructure Platform appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Legacy of Wisdom: Security Lessons Inspired by My Father

Honoring my father by translating his timeless life lessons into practical wisdom for the cybersecurity profession. The post Legacy of Wisdom: Security Lessons Inspired by My Father appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Nissan Data Breach Impacts 53,000 Employees

Nissan North America determined recently that a ransomware attack launched last year resulted in employee personal information compromise. The post Nissan Data Breach Impacts 53,000 Employees appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Android 15 Brings Improved Fraud and Malware Protections

Google is boosting fraud and malware protections in Android 15 with live threat detection and expanded restricted settings. The post Android 15 Brings Improved Fraud and Malware Protections appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Personal Information Stolen in City of Wichita Ransomware Attack

The City of Wichita says files containing personal information were exfiltrated in a recent ransomware attack. The post Personal Information Stolen in City of Wichita Ransomware Attack appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Palo Alto Networks Teams Up With IBM, Acquires QRadar SaaS Assets 

Palo Alto Networks and IBM have announced a significant partnership to jointly provide cybersecurity solutions. The post Palo Alto Networks Teams Up With IBM, Acquires QRadar SaaS Assets  appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

Third Chrome Zero-Day Patched by Google Within One Week

Google releases Chrome 125 to the stable channel with patches for nine vulnerabilities, including a zero-day. The post Third Chrome Zero-Day Patched by Google Within One Week appeared first on SecurityWeek. more…

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