Ethical Hacking

Keyword(s): cyber security, ai, how was my week…

A good part of my work week was spent meeting with seasoned pros and propellerheads, discussing developments in tech and business.
There are a few that really got me excited.

For one; I want you to imagine an AI-powered engine with general intelligence you would typically get through understanding social engineering techniques. Imagine this engine looking at your enterprise 24/7 and providing decision-makers and technical teams with the kind of insights that would help them enhance cyber security efforts.

For me, that kind of advancement in tech…
1. takes the concept of ethical h@ck!ng to levels I was previously unaware of
2. confirms that “tech can be used to do anything we want it to”; it’s what you choose to use it for that matters. And in this case, it’s a used as a force for good.

I’m not a cyber security expert and I don’t think you need to be one to figure out that headlines such as “Triple-digit increase in cyberattacks” or “Alarming Cybersecurity Stats” from Accenture and Forbes websites, respectively, are reason enough for businesses and leaders to take action because falling victim to cyber crime and exploitation can happen to credit bureaus, government departments, massive international enterprises, and anyone… really.

Kaspersky says: “The only thing that can stop a bad guy in internet is a good guy in internet”

If you are interested in finding out more about this engine, reach out to me.

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