Top women in cybersecurity

X/Twitter censors India farmer protests at government request

Social media platform X (formerly Twitter) admitted to removing accounts and posts related to India's farmers' protests, citing government directives. Despite disagreeing with the...

OpenAI acknowledges “ChatGPT had a melt down”

ChatGPT had what witnesses are describing as a "meltdown" over the past day. Various reports surfaced with incidents of the model speaking in "Spanglish,"...

Mozilla CEO resigns as Firefox’s market share shows stark decline

Mozilla Corporation's recent leadership change, with CEO Mitchell Baker stepping down, symbolizes a strategic shift towards emphasizing data privacy over its traditional flagship, the...

Tech industry resists government requirement to report breach in 8 hours

The U.S. tech industry is facing a significant challenge with the proposed cyber incident reporting rules by the government, which now demand IT service...

Chinese hackers have been in US infrastructure for at least five years

China-backed hacking group Volt Typhoon has been identified as having "persistent" access to various sectors of U.S. critical infrastructure for "at least five years,"...

Generative AI may be poisoning the internet and itself

Generative AI is not just reshaping the internet landscape, some fear it might be killing the internet as we know it. In 2024, some...

ITWC’s 2023 Top Women in Cybersecurity: An interview with Susan Chiang of Cloudflare

"It's really cool to be on a cybersecurity team at a security company," says guest i

Top Women in Cybersecurity panel offers career advice

"Developing resilience to really bounce back from failures and obstacles is something that's important," women were told. Read more about the pane

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