AI Technology Guide

Over the past six decades, AI has experienced waves of hype and hope, driven by advancements in computing that have made the analysis of vast datasets feasible and opened doors to countless new applications.

But how does AI technology affect everyday life? Is it a friend or foe in terms of cybersecurity?

Our AI Technology Guide can help you find out:

  • The history of AI technology
  • The role of AI technology in today’s world
  • How AI is used by cybercriminals, and how it is leveraged to defend against cyber threats

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AI Technology As a Cyber Threat


The success rate of Columbia University researcher’s AI tool designed to crack Google’s reCAPTCHA systems.


The AI phishing success rate ZeroFox researchers achieved with an AI phishing tool across Twitter users

$1.57 trillion

The estimated economic impact of AI by 2030.


How long it typically takes before a cyberattack is detected.

AI Technology Isn’t The Only Threat on the Horizon:

  • 80 percent of small businesses are concerned about being a cybercrime target within the next six months, while only 14 percent rate their ability to lower their risk of cybercrime as "highly effective."
  • 78 percent of businesses store sensitive or valuable information and don't encrypt any of it.
  • 75 percent have no disaster recovery plan in place.
  • 62 percent don't upgrade or update their apps and software.
  • 51 percent have zero budget allocated to cyber security.
  • 81 percent review asset locations only once a year or even less often.

Staying ahead of cybercriminals is crucial to the health of your organization. Learn more about AI and the evolving nature of cybercrime in our handy guide.

How Else Can Cybercriminals Get My Data?

Cybercriminals constantly devise new and sophisticated methods to steal your data, infiltrate your network and disrupt your business operations. At Internos, we understand the importance of staying informed about the latest cyber threats to safeguard your organization. 

Here are just a few examples of the threats you need to be aware of:

  1. Drive-by attacks. These stealthy attacks go unnoticed, infecting your system simply by clicking on a link or visiting a website. The malware operates silently in the background, siphoning data for future malicious activities.
  2. Malicious software (malware). Malware comes in various forms, including ransomware, viruses, trojans and worms. Each poses a unique threat to your organization's security.
  3. Man in the middle (MITM). Cybercriminals insert themselves between users and servers, gaining control and impersonating your identity. This allows them to intercept data or access other servers and applications to harvest valuable information.
  4. Phishing. Deceptive emails, text messages (smishing) and phone calls (vishing) trick recipients into clicking malicious links or opening attachments, leading to data theft or system infections.
  5. Distributed denial of service (DDoS). Attackers target websites, networks, servers or computers with the intent of rendering them offline, causing significant disruptions to your business operations.

These are just a few examples of cyber threats, and hackers continue to innovate with new methods. Our guide is your trusted resource for staying one step ahead of cyber threats. 

We provide valuable insights, best practices and the latest strategies to bolster your cybersecurity defenses. Don't wait until it's too late – arm yourself with the knowledge and tools to protect your organization.

Downloading this free AI Technology Guide is how you can ensure stronger business cybersecurity. In a few short minutes, you’ll find out if your company is aware of the latest in AI trends. Combine this resource with your internal IT team or managed service provider to direct your cyber threat detection efforts.

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