NCSC issues warning over increased ransomware threat

24/01/2024 | NCSC

A new report by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has shed light on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on cyber operations and the potential threats posed by AI over the next two years. The report suggests that AI will increase the volume and impact of cyber attacks over the next couple of years. It also highlights that all types of cyber threat actors, including state and non-state actors, already employ AI to some extent. 

In a contradictory assessment, Axios reports that ransomware groups will find it difficult to successfully carry out data breaches due to the increasing attention on cybersecurity by global law enforcement.

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Hacking, data breach, cyberattack, ransomware

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