MIT Technology Review: Preparing for AI-enabled Cyberattacks

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Today’s new wave of attacks is outsmarting and outpacing humans, and even starting to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI).

What’s known as “offensive AI” will enable cybercriminals to direct targeted attacks at unprecedented speed and scale while flying under the radar of traditional, rule-based detection tools. Some of the world’s largest and most trusted organizations have already fallen victim to damaging cyberattacks, undermining their ability to safeguard critical data.

With offensive AI on the horizon, organizations need to adopt new defenses to fight back: the battle of algorithms has begun.

Learning outcomes:

  • Learn what types of cyberattack business leaders are most concerned about.
  • Explore the challenges faced by business of responding to AI-enabled cyberattacks, and why human teams are simply not well-equipped enough to defend against them.
  • Discover the ways security leaders predict AI will be used against companies in the future, including increasingly advanced ransomware, impersonation, and supply chain attacks.
  • Understand why defensive AI is the only solution capable of responding to sophisticated attacks.

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