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If Microsoft Can Be Hacked, What About Your Company?

 
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If Microsoft Can Be Hacked, What About Your Company? How AI Is Transforming Cybersecurity



Microsoft recently acknowledged Russian hackers successfully cyberattacked them. If hackers can penetrate their internal systems, what are the chances your company will suffer the consequences of a future hack?

What the Russians have done is very bad, but it's only an example of the cyber threats we all face. The cyber threat world is an arms race. The hackers are starting to use AI, and the only way to successfully defend against future threats is for your company to use AI as well.

Imagine you are about to attend a board meeting at the company headquarters (after you've been vaccinated.) You park your Tesla in the company parking lot. Unbeknownst to you, cybercriminals have hacked your car (yes, Teslas get hacked).

Now that your car is in range of the company's wireless network, the hacker could gain access to the company's corporate network. You walk into the board meeting, having unwittingly enabled a breach of security.

Attacks of this nature are becoming more commonplace. The challenge is that your cybersecurity systems never anticipated having to block a Tesla. The hacker can enter the network in a way no one on your security team considered.

No one can anticipate all possible ways of attacking a company. The problem is too big for humans to address. There are too many potential entry points and too many possible ways of attacking, and too much data to analyze. It turns out that AI is exceptionally well-suited to solve this kind of problem, and most companies are using some AI for their cybersecurity. That's the good news.

Let's look at the other side of this equation - here are some ways attackers are using AI to their advantage.

AI is being used to impersonate trusted users. That email you just received from the CFO — do you know if it's really from them or not? Should you act on the information they requested if you're not sure? AI can replicate the tone, language, and style of a user to the point where you won't be sure it's from them or not. AI has been used to impersonate others not just in an email but also in voicemail and video.
AI is being used to modify training data to enable future attacks. Your company needs training data to teach your AI-enabled cybersecurity software. AI-enabled attackers are quietly changing the data you are using to train your systems so they can attack you even after you install AI defenses. Now, your AI-based cybersecurity might just have been modified to help the attackers.
AI is being used to disguise itself inside your systems by learning the communication methods, ports, and protocols most commonly used within the company. This type of AI starts small and slowly, so it's nearly impossible to notice. Once AI is stealthily in your systems, you can be suffering loss or manipulation of data without your knowledge.
AI-enabled criminals can launch autonomous attacks in mass volume just on your company. AI is continuously evolving and learning about how your company defends itself. The attacks will increase in volume and sophistication as you respond. Unless your AI is better than the criminals, they will find a way in.
What is a senior executive to do? Here are some key questions and issues to explore:

We are probably using AI for threat detection. What about prediction and response?

Vendors are designing the next wave of AI to get ahead of the cybercriminals and respond quickly and sufficiently enough when they attack. What is your company doing to get ahead? Companies to investigate include Vade Secure and CrowdStrike.

Consider yourself a juicy target of cybercriminals. Educate yourself on how to protect you, your systems, and your communications.

It's obvious to a criminal that you, as a senior executive, are involved in decisions of the highest import. If an AI-based criminal could spy on your communications, that could be the most valuable information they could gather. For example, the ubiquitous Polycom speakerphone, used in boardrooms across the globe, was recently hacked. The hackers were able to listen in on boardroom discussions without the knowledge of the board. We can only imagine how many stock trades were made once hackers stole that information. A company to investigate includes Darktrace.

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