Cybersecurity Surge: AI Vulnerabilities and $2.7B Startup Boost Amid Hacking Scares

April 20, 2024
Cybersecurity Surge: AI Vulnerabilities and $2.7B Startup Boost Amid Hacking Scares
  • OpenSSF and OpenJS Foundations report attempts at backdooring similar to the XZ incident.

  • Cybersecurity startups see a surge in funding with $2.7 billion raised in Q1.

  • New vulnerability in AI supply chains emerges, potentially enabling supply chain attacks.

  • HackerOne calls for DOJ to give more legal protections to good-faith AI researchers.

  • Protect AI's latest report uncovers 48 new vulnerabilities in open-source AI/ML software.

  • A new bill passed by the House aims to protect data privacy, requiring warrants for third-party data access.

  • Researchers reveal that Large Language Model (LLM) agents are capable of exploiting vulnerabilities independently.

  • FIN7 cybercriminal group continues its targeting of the US automotive sector.

  • Moldovan botnet operator indicted in the US, highlighting continued international cybercrime threats.

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