Tags artificial intelligence (AI)

Commerce lacks intelligence resources to keep U.S. tech from fueling Chinese cyberthreat, experts warn

by Suzanne Smalley

The Bureau of Industry and Security has come under fire for approving the vast majority of technology export licenses to China.

White House backed fund promises to accelerate 'deep tech' advancements in cybersecurity

by Suzanne Smalley

The fund will focus on quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and microelectronics, all of which CEO Gilman Louie sees as critical to cybersecurity and U.S. national security.

Head of DOD artificial intelligence command warns Pentagon must improve to beat China on AI

by Suzanne Smalley

Lt. Gen. Michael Groen said DOD will need to do more to bring the branches together and act as a "doer" instead of a coordinating body.

AI, supply chain and the maturation of cyberthreats

by CyberScoop Staff

Fortinet’s Jim Richberg looks at recent trends in cybercriminal activity and how public sector leaders can access funding to improve their security posture.

Facebook kills its facial recognition system, citing 'societal concerns,' uncertain rules from regulators

by Tonya Riley

In shutting down the program, the company cited a lack of guidance from federal regulators.

Staying ahead of the adversary with AI- and ML-enabled SOC capabilities

by CyberScoop Staff

CISO Paul Beckman looks at how organizations can modernize their security operations centers to keep pace with the rapid adoption of applications and expanding enterprise IT environments.

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