The volume of malicious software in the wild has exceeded researchers’ ability to write signatures for all of it. The most effective way to detect malware today is through the use of artificial intelligence
Mirai -- a notorious malware that’s been enslaving IoT devices -- has competition. A rival piece of programming has been infecting some of the same easy-to-hack products, with a resiliency that surpasses Mirai, according to security...
Healthcare is well known as “low-hanging fruit” for ransomware attacks. But according to some experts, artificial intelligence and machine learning, as part of a “layered” security program, can make them a much more difficult target.
When the source code to suspected Russian-made malware leaked online in 2013, guess who used it? A new release from WikiLeaks claims the CIA borrowed some of the code to bolster its own hacking operations.