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Google Is Rolling Out Password-Killing Tech to All Accounts

The tech industry’s transition to passkeys gets its first massive boost with the launch of the alternative login scheme for Google’s billions of users.

Cyber attack reportedly hits Montana State University

This means internet access, Wi-Fi and, possibly, campus phones will be shut down.

Canada’s ‘Super Pig’ problem is now super big and cannot be contained

With rising numbers, they will soon be spotted within city limits.

ChatGPT can now access the internet and run the code it writes

OpenAI has allowed its stunning ChatGPT AI to reach out into the world with staggering new powers. It can now access the internet, run its own code to solve problems, accept and work on uploaded files, and write its own interfaces to third-party apps.

60 Minutes –  Investigation continues after couple became the target of harassment, stalking by eBay employees. Unbelievable!

The plan was hatched in eBay’s headquarters, in a conference room. It was paid for, ultimately, by eBay. Don’t they bear any responsibility for this?

Upcoming Trainings: SafetyFest, Food Formulation, Cybersecurity and more! GFDA

GFDA was the first economic development organization in the Rocky Mountain West to earn accreditation from the International Economic Development Council.

A new Ford patent imagines a future in which self-driving cars repossess themselves – No more Operation Repo

Imagine it’s the near future, and you’ve bought a new car with a self-driving mode. But hard times hit and you fall behind on loan payments – then, one day you find your car has driven itself away to the repossession lot.

Experts predict how AI will energize cybersecurity in 2023 and beyond

AI and machine learning (ML) are becoming attackers’ preferred technologies, from designing malicious payloads that defy detection to writing customized phishing emails.

Commerce Launches Montana Cybersecurity Program for Montana Businesses

Cyberattacks on all businesses, particularly small to medium-sized businesses, are becoming more frequent, targeted, and complex. The Cybersecurity Program provides funds to directly assist small to medium-sized businesses with cybersecurity monitoring and security. Commerce has allocated approximately $2 million for this purpose.

Idaho National Laboratories presents a series of free webinars to showcase 12 innovative cybersecurity technologies available for commercial licensing from 10 U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories.

The webinar series will kick off with an overview of the industrial cybersecurity market challenges, as well as DOE’s PACT program. Webinars that highlight the technologies will occur on Feb. 16, 21 and 23.