The UK National Cyber Security Centre published its seventh annual review today, covering key threat developments between September 2022 and August 2023. Perhaps unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence featured rather heavily.
DP World suffered a cyber attack that took its sites offline over the weekend. Alex Kidman breaks down everything you need to know.
OpenAI boss admits he can't predict what GPT-5 will do
During an IBM media briefing about AI for Business, we took a look at four ongoing projects that are using AI in the real world
Discover how to create a chatbot that does precisely what you want it to
Two databases, containing a total of 19.8 million claimed LinkedIn email records, have just appeared on the dark web Breach Forums site. But all is not as it seems.
ChatGPT is getting an app store, where you can make - and sell - your own AI-powered systems.
The new CVSS 4.0 vulnerability rating is finally here, but Davey Winder isn't convinced it will help businesses tackle the prioritisation problem.
Just days after declaring that AI is so dangerous it might one day chase you up a tree, Elon Musk's company has released its own Grok AI chatbot
Will Australia’s commitments to AI safety work with new privacy laws – or in stark contrast to them?
At the AI Safety Summit, Australia agreed to the principles of the Bletchley Declaration - how does that change the upcoming revisions to the Privacy Act?
Governments have agreed to test AI models before they're released, but how will they work together to get on top of this enormous task?
A new report -- TAPPED Out from security awareness firm KnowBe4 -- helps to explain why we all make bad security decisions. We can summarise its findings in three words: phones, lunch and location.
The Pentagon is the latest known victim of the MoveIT attack by the Clop ransomware group, explains Davey Winder. And it exposes the importance of applying patches quickly.
ChatGPT Plus gains the native ability to analyse PDFs and other documents
Microsoft issues warning about dangerous hacking group Octo Tempest
Back on 14 October 2003, Microsoft published the first set of bundled vulnerability fixes on a set date every month: Patch Tuesday. So why are organisations still so slow to patch?
We reveal the highlights so far from Lenovo's Tech World 23, including a wrist-worn watch and a personal AI that will live in your laptop
LinkedIn is undisputedly a valuable business tool, but in light of recent attacks we wonder: is LinkedIn a safe place to do business?
Apple's AI plans are gathering pace, according to a renowned Apple watcher
Flatlining growth of Windows 11 may prompt a quick shift to Windows 12