Generative AI is the fan-favorite of both sides – the cybercriminals who leverage it to do more in less time and the defenders who are fighting back. In this Teiss article, Antonio Sanchez weighs up the impact of generative AI on cybersecurity.
Originally published in Teiss.
“On the one hand, threat actors have already leveraged the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Generative AI, and Large Language Models (LLMs) to create malicious code, scan source code for exploits, and create countless phishing scams and deepfakes.
On the other hand, security practitioners are using these tools to catch AI-based threats in real-time, spot slight variances that could spell bad behavior, and create code of their own to net even more bad actors.
The race is on, and the winner will be the one that can leverage AI the most, and the best.”
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