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Malware ‘Meal Kits’ Are Helping Attackers Steal Businesses’ Lunch, HP Finds

The HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report reveals cybercriminal systems offering low-level attackers the tools to evade detection and infect users. Key findings include the use of vintage malware effectively with the help of pre-packaged tools, and the growth of “Jekyll and Hyde” attacks. Cybercriminals are also tricking aspiring hackers with fake malware building kits. It highlights the importance of isolating high-risk activities to minimize the risk of data breaches.

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Flow Security Launches GenAI DLP

Flow Security, an Israel-based data security platform, has incorporated a GenAI DLP module to secure data for GenAI services and applications. The move seeks to