Zoom has joined the CVE Program as a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA). The CVE Program’s overall mission is to identify, define, and catalog publicly disclosed cybersecurity vulnerabilities that require third-party notification or coordination to fully remediate. Cybersecurity and IT professionals use CVE records to ensure they are discussing the same security issue, coordinate their efforts, and prioritize and address vulnerabilities. The program is an international, community-based effort and relies on the industry norms of the responsible and coordinated security community to discover vulnerabilities.
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Don’t discount the risk of deepfakes to the enterprise
In recent years, there has been a recognition that social engineering plays a huge part in the execution of cybersecurity attacks. The intersection of “non-physical” and “technical” social engineering is where criminals are mostly focused today. Enter deepfake technology, which poses a looming risk over enterprises and their security leaders as they figure out how to prepare for and mitigate such a risk.