Cybercriminals are utilising artificial intelligence to launch more effective attacks and it’s time to fight fire with fire, according to Martin Mackay, SVP, EMEA at Proofpoint.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has come a long way since its humble beginnings. Once thought to be a technology that would struggle to find its place in the real world, it is now all around us. It’s on our phones, our cars, and our homes. It can influence the ads we see, the purchases we make and the television we watch. It’s also fast becoming firmly embedded in our working lives — particularly in the world of cybersecurity.