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AI use within Cyber Security

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology that enables machines to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as learning, reasoning, or decision making. AI can be both a defensive tool and a threat when it comes to cyber security. For example, AI can help cyber security professionals detect and respond to cyber threats, analyse and protect data, or automate and streamline processes. However, AI can also be used by cyber criminals to launch more sophisticated and effective attacks, such as AI-generated phishing emails, AI-powered malware, or AI-facilitated data theft. In this blog post, we will explore the pros and cons of AI use within cyber security, and what it means for the future of cyber security.
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Challenges for Healthcare in 2024

The healthcare sector is one of the most vital and vulnerable sectors in the world, as it deals with the health and well-being of millions of people. However, it also faces a growing number of cyber security threats, as cybercriminals target the sensitive and valuable data and systems that healthcare organizations possess. In 2024, the healthcare sector will face several cyber security challenges, such as:
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Critical Vulnerability in Shim

Shim is a software component that enables Linux systems to support Secure Boot, a security feature that ensures only trusted code can run during the boot process. However, a critical vulnerability has been discovered in shim that could allow attackers to bypass Secure Boot and execute malicious code at the firmware level, compromising the entire system and its data.
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Why Cyber Attacks are increasing for Law firms

aw firms are attractive targets for cybercriminals, as they hold sensitive and valuable information about their clients, such as personal data, financial records, intellectual property, and legal strategies. Law firms also handle large amounts of money, which can be diverted or stolen by hackers.
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Patch Tuesday Feb 24

Microsoft has released its monthly security and quality updates for Windows 10 and Windows 11 on February 13, 2024. These updates include fixes for 73 vulnerabilities, two of which are actively exploited zero-days, as well as new features and improvements for Windows 11. Here are some of the highlights of the February 2024 Windows updates:
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