Month: October 2023

While ransomware can be extremely destructive, there have also been some fascinating, if not slightly amusing use cases. For example, seven years ago hackers demonstrated ransomware for IoT thermostats, and a drone hacked smart lightbulbs from outside the window. Much more recently, court systems throughout Kansas will likely operate on paper for at least 2 […]

As cyber security threats escalate and hackers get more sophisticated, Wursta is here to help you reduce your risks. As part of our commitment to empowering you with IT knowledge and security support, we’ve partnered with KnowBe4, the world’s largest security awareness training organization. Together we recently presented a webinar, “Cyber Security Awareness with KnowBe4: […]

AI has been used in security applications for years, in particular monitoring SIEMS and orchestration efforts to secure systems during an attack. However with continuing innovations such as User Behavior Analytics (UBA), the use of AI in cybersecurity will go much further. The potential applications of AI in security are as far-reaching as the uses […]

While any unchartered territory can have risks, Google is expanding the capabilities of Vertex AI with functionality to help organizations thrive, building on their own unique ideas. In March 2023, I wrote about how new generative AI capabilities are coming to the Google Cloud AI portfolio. In September, my colleague Ashley wrote a Wrap-Up of […]