How cyber criminals are using AI to attack targets faster

Andrew Martin, CEO of UK-based cyber security software firm DynaRisk, highlights the alarming trend of cyber criminals leveraging artificial intelligence tools, such as ChatGPT, to enhance their malicious activities.

Andrew Martin, CEO of UK-based cyber security software firm DynaRisk, highlights the alarming trend of cyber criminals leveraging artificial intelligence tools, such as ChatGPT, to enhance their malicious activities.

Just as professionals across various industries embrace AI for efficiency gains, hackers are no exception. Recent findings from our intelligence research highlight a disturbing reality. 

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