Preparing for AI-enabled cyber attacks

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“Offensive AI” enables cyber criminals to direct targeted attacks at unprecedented speed and scale while flying under the radar of traditional detection tools.

Some of the world’s largest and most trusted organisations are falling victim to machine-speed cyber attacks, undermining their ability to safeguard critical data. Organisations need to adopt new defences to fight back.

This MIT technology report explores organisations’ biggest cyber security concerns and how they are adopting AI in preparation to find and fight back against AI-enabled cyber attacks.

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