Tenable Cyber Watch: U.K. Cyber Agency Raises Privacy Concerns About ChatGPT, CISA Program Tackles Ransomware in Critical Infrastructure, and more
This week’s edition of the Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks CISA’s new pilot program that detects vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure and addresses the FBI’s plea for more ransomware victims to report attacks. Also covered: Why the U.K. National Cyber Security Centre is warning ChatGPT users to tread carefully when submitting queries with sensitive information.
Interested in learning more about CISA’s new program that detects the vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure that are likely to be exploited in ransomware attacks? Curious to know why submitting queries with sensitive information to ChatGPT is being discouraged? Wondering why the FBI is making a public plea for more ransomware victims to report attacks?
We’ve got you covered in this week’s edition of the Tenable Cyber Watch, a weekly video news digest highlighting three cybersecurity topics that matter right now.
Here’s what’s happening in cyber. Today, we’re talking:
- All about CISA’s new pilot program, which probes internet-facing assets in critical infrastructure environments
- Why the FBI is encouraging more information sharing by ransomware victims
- The U.K Cyber Agency’s recommendations for protecting sensitive information when using Chat GPT
Every Monday at 9am ET, the Tenable Cyber Watch brings you cybersecurity news you can use. Watch this week's episode below and subscribe to our playlist on YouTube.
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