Cybersecurity

AI is the latest weapon cybercriminals are exploiting

Cyberattacks are becoming more potent thanks to AI - but it's helping those defending against them, too Image: REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

William Dixon

Global Head, Research, ISTARI Network

Jamil Farshchi

Chief Information Security Officer, Equifax

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