Category Archives: EU

Cyber Attackers are Targeting Companies Associated With Paris Games
Organisations linked to the Paris Olympics 2024 have an increased risk of cyber attacks, including ransomware, credential leaks and phishing campaigns, a study has found. Insikt Group, the threat research...
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International Malware Takedown Seized 100+ Servers
An international coalition of police organized by the European Union’s justice and police agencies has revealed an ongoing operation against malware droppers that Europol calls the “largest ever operation” of...
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What is the EU’s AI Office?
The European Commission has unveiled details about its new AI Office, which is being formed to govern the deployment of the general purpose models and the AI Act in the...
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How to Prepare Your Business for the EU AI Act With KPMG’s EU AI Hub
The EU AI Hub, launched last week by AI security firm Cranium with KPMG and Microsoft, is a service designed to assist businesses in complying with the newly adopted EU...
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4 Key Takeaways on AI Safety Standards and Regulations
The AI Seoul Summit, co-hosted by the Republic of Korea and the U.K., saw international bodies come together to discuss the global advancement of artificial intelligence. Participants included representatives from...
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