If it isn’t cybersecurity alerts of malware from one despotic regime, it’s warnings relating to another. Just as the world settles down post the Iranian cyber-hype in the aftermath of Suleimani, now multiple
Now that there’s a front-facing camera built into all your gadgets today – such as laptops, smartphones, tablets, and even some smart TVs – shouldn’t you be even a little concerned about someone watching
Whether we’re aware of it or not, AI and cybersecurity technology are nearly omnipresent in our daily lives, and they’re only gaining importance as our world becomes more connected, “intelligent,” and reliant on online or automated systems. Yet both can seem intractably technical, even to tech-savvy people, with an ominous gravity that multiplies at the intersection of their Venn diagrams. The easy metaphor is that cybersecurity is an escalating arms race between good actors and bad actors, while the advent of AI is proverbial nuclear warfare.