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AI Being Weaponized to Launch Next Gen Cyber Security Warfare
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Colleagues, while offensive cyber security warfare motives remain largely unchanged – economic, financial, technological and political – 2018 is seeing the relentless rise of AI weaponized cyber security attacks and state-sponsored warfare. On the surface there is nothing new when it comes to spear-phishing, malware, DDoS, automated bots, ransomware and KYC breaches. However, as these measures and methods are “AI-enabled” the threats they pose are a quantum leap ahead of their conventional predecessors. Warfare tools such as Sentry MBA, Death by Captcha and each phase of the infamous kill chain model. Bottom line: The increased cyber threat posed by AI required a comparably higher level of defensive cyber warfare methods which place even greater demands on limited OPEX by governments, businesses and non-profit entities across the globe. We will continue to address this dire topic in our posts and related resources. Share your thoughts today! Lawrence, Cyber Security Defender
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