Bringing AI up right–realizing its potential without its becoming a threat. (And how deepfakes might be an informational fleet-in-being.)
The Hive ransomware gang may be back, and rebranded. Coinminers exploit AWS IAM credentials. LockBit claims to have obtained sensitive information from Boeing. Ukrainian auxiliaries disrupt Internet service in Russian-occupied territory, while internet and telecoms are down in Gaza. Deepfakes have an effect even when they're not used. Joe Carrigan explains executive impersonations on social media. Our guest is David Brumley, cybersecurity professor at Carnegie Mellon and CEO of software security firm, ForAllSecure, discussing spooky zero days and vulnerabilities. And President Biden releases a US Executive Order on artificial intelligence.
New Hunters International ransomware possible rebrand of Hive (BleepingComputer)
CloudKeys in the Air: Tracking Malicious Operations of Exposed IAM Keys (Palo Alto Networks Unit 42)
A.I. Muddies Israel-Hamas War in Unexpected Way (New York Times)
Administration Actions on AI (AI.gov)