Healthcare providers risk ‘death by a thousand cuts’, an interactive Security Intelligence Report and the battle of AI vs AI

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Cybersecurity: Don’t let the small stuff cause you big problems | ZDNet

A clear warning from the NHS: ‘If hospitals don’t take cybersecurity seriously, a series of small issues could be as bad as a major cyberattack like WannaCry.’ Good quote: ‘Those organisations which are successful in their transformation journey are those which make cybersecurity and data protection an obligation from the board to the bedside’. (Also can recommend to watch the short video at the top, about how an xbox-playing young patient took out an entire hospital network). Danny Palmer via ZDNet

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The interactive Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (microsoft.com)

Welcome to the interactive Microsoft Security Intelligence Report. An interesting way where you can dive into the data yourself. For a deeper assessment and recommendations on how to protect against threats, download the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report at www.microsoft.com/sir

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In cybersecurity, it’s AI vs. AI: Will the good guys or the bad guys win? – SiliconANGLE

‘.. neatly sums up the never-ending war that is the state of cybersecurity today, one in which no one can yet answer a central question: Will artificial intelligence provide more help to criminals or to the people trying to stop them? AI is a new weapon that some people believe could finally give security professionals a leg up on their adversaries. At the same time, experts worry that the potential for criminal misuse of AI technologies such as machine learning and deep learning could quickly outstrip the benefits.’ Paul Gillin via SiliconANGLE

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