For people with responsibility for corporate security – everyone from CIOs to CISOs and CROs – AI presents two types of risk that change the nature of their jobs. The first is that criminals, bad state actors, unscrupulous competitors, and inside threats will manipulate their companies’ fledgling AI programs. The second risk is that attackers will use AI in a variety of ways to exploit vulnerabilities in their victims’ defenses. The question remains – which protects which?
Facebook has around 2.38 billion active users every month, 65% of which are on the platform on a daily basis and are sharing 4.75 billion pieces of content every day. That’s some statistics for you! Now let’s put it in context. How many of those 4.75 billion messages or photos do you think contain some form of malware? And how many of those 1.56 billion daily users do you think might have malicious intentions aimed at you or other Twitter users? We are all in danger everywhere – even in cyberspace – so we must be careful who we communicate with and how. To that end, we give you 4 steps to secure your Facebook account and protect yourself.
A noticeable shift in the methodology for developing malware is taking place, and it can’t go unaddressed. A few years ago, attackers’ primary objective was to avoid detection – second only to making a profit. But recently, these criminals have realized a critical truth: the longer they hold an infected endpoint, the more their profit increases.