Tenable Cyber Watch: Average Org Fails to Prevent 43% of Attacks, AI Models Lack Transparency, and more
This week's edition of Tenable Cyber Watch unpacks why organizations fail to prevent more than 40% of cyberattacks and addresses how the White House plans to tackle AI. Also covered: Study shows AI models lack transparency.
Why do organizations fail to prevent more than 40% of cyberattacks? How does the White House plan to maximize AI’s benefits while reducing its risks? Why are major AI vendors failing at transparency?
We’ve got you covered in this week’s edition of the Tenable Cyber Watch, our weekly video news digest highlighting three cybersecurity topics that matter right now. Here’s what’s happening in cyber. Today, we’re talking:
- All about a new report that explains why organizations fail to prevent more than 40% of cyberattacks.
- How the White House plans to tackle AI. More on its plans to maximize its benefits while reducing its risks.
- AI models lack transparency. What one study shows.
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