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Review: Practical Security Architecture

Adam Shostack

” Similarly, everybody has both enterprise and product architecture. I have to say that because “architecture” is much maligned for being heavyweight, disconnected, and irrelevant in today’s world of Dev-Opsy CI/CD moving fast and breaking things. Some people are lucky enough to be able to design them.

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News alert: ACM TechBrief lays out risks, policy implications of generative AI technologies

The Last Watchdog

“TechBrief: Generative AI” begins by laying out a core challenge: the rapid commercialization of GenAI poses multiple large-scale risks to individuals, society, and the planet that require a rapid, internationally coordinated response to mitigate.

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Realizing the Benefits of Zero Trust Architecture

SecureWorld News

Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) is gaining significant traction among organizations as a new security framework. This strategic cybersecurity model challenges the traditional assumption of trust within networks, aiming to bolster data protection and minimize the risk of cyberattacks.

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GUEST ESSAY: The Top 10 cybersecurity shortfalls that put SMBs, enterprises at elevated risk

The Last Watchdog

Here are a few of the top security weaknesses that threaten organizations today: Poor risk management. A lack of a risk management program or support from senior management is a glaring weakness in your cybersecurity strategy. Spotty patching. Vulnerability management is another key consideration when it comes to security.

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U.S. Government Issues an Executive Order for Zero-Trust Architecture

Doctor Chaos

The modern world and its digital infrastructure remain at high risk of cyberthreats. Zero-trust architecture is an important part of this bulwark. The assumption that any specific node, application or digital product is secure can put an entire framework at risk. Precedent-Setting at the Federal Level.

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GUEST ESSAY: 5 tips for ‘de-risking’ work scenarios that require accessing personal data

The Last Watchdog

It’s possible to de-risk work scenarios involving personal data by carrying out a classic risk assessment of an organization’s internal and external infrastructure. Planning required processes and security components when initially building your architecture. Related: The dangers of normalizing encryption for government use.

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Understanding AI risks and how to secure using Zero Trust

CyberSecurity Insiders

Understanding AI threats Mitigating AI threats risks requires a comprehensive approach to AI security, including careful design and testing of AI models, robust data protection measures, continuous monitoring for suspicious activity, and the use of secure, reliable infrastructure.

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