In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as the new game-changer. It's a tool that's reshaping the way we think about office technology and data protection.
But as we integrate AI into our cybersecurity measures, we're faced with ethical dilemmas that are as complex as the algorithms themselves.
By 2025, the global cost of cybercrime is expected to skyrocket to $10.5 trillion annually, up from $3 trillion in 2015. This isn't just a number; it's a wake-up call for every organization that relies on office technology. According to a recent report by Microsoft, hackers are increasingly using AI and encryption to make their cyberattacks more potent. "Microsoft found that cybercriminals can subscribe to underground phishing services for $200 to $1,000 a month," as reported by the Wall Street Journal1.