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Something interesting caught my eye, and it is the intersection between misinformation, disinformation, and cyber security and the World Economic Forum’s perceived level of the threat we all face.
Have you ever seen a video of your favorite celebrity saying something outrageous? Then later, you find out it was completely fabricated?
Sometimes you just have to admire the scammers. Now it’s QR codes, curiosity, and while it may or may not kill the cat, it could quite possibly smash your wallet.
QR codes are everywhere these days. You can find them on restaurant menus, flyers, and posters.
In the digital age, data is the lifeblood of businesses. But there is a dark underbelly of this data-centric landscape. It’s the persistent threat of data breaches. The repercussions of a data breach extend far beyond the immediate aftermath.
Relentless digital innovation has defined the last few years. The symbiotic relationship between AI and cybersecurity has become pivotal. Especially when it comes to safeguarding sensitive information and digital assets.
You may have seen the incredible story of the Hong Kong banker taken for $25 million after someone deepfaked the entire company board on a video call.
Well folks, there it is. The Mother of All Breaches, with a staggering 26 billion electronic records leaked. That’s about 3 or 4 records for every living person, if you were to simply divide the number of records with the estimated world population.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful tool. It can enhance the productivity, efficiency, and creativity of your staff. But AI also comes with some challenges and risks. Businesses need to address and manage these to use AI effectively.
While you’re decking the halls with holly and reveling in the long-awaited holidays, other folks are hard at work through their ‘busy time’. It’s not just the hospitality industry expecting a bumper Christmas either – hackers, scammers, and other online miscreants see December and January as one of the most potentially lucrative periods of the year.
The global cost of a data breach last year was USD $4.45 million. This is an increase of 15% over three years. As we step into 2024, it’s crucial to be aware of emerging technology threats.
In the pulsating digital landscape, every click and keystroke echoes through cyberspace. The battle for data security rages on.