ChatGPT: A New Face of Cybersecurity?

Breaches are happening every day. And they are even happening to the bigger organizations. Some in recent years include Microsoft, Facebook, Uber, PayPal, and, most recently, Toyota’s supplier portal.

Sure, each one is damaging to the brands and their customers, but they are not all the same. Ransomware, malware, insider threats and crypto jacking are a few types of attacks. The attacks differ, the mistakes companies made that allowed bad actors to access their systems differ and the fixes differ.

There is one new type of threat that is brewing with the introduction of ChatGPT and generative AI.

“ChatGPT is the first real AI that...

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