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Predictions 2020: Cybersecurity – The year data and AI get weaponized

November 01, 2019 / DQI BUREAU

In cybersecurity, 2019 is the year that “breach fatigue” went mainstream. It seems that every day new stories pop up about the theft of personal data, stolen password databases, or ransomware, shutting down state and local governments. The key themes we see developing in 2020 — and beyond — include the ever expanding collection of data for B2C and B2B uses. If the insights-driven enterprise runs on data, then taking away access to that data provides attackers with a quick path to monetization, which means, ransomware will continue to grow. Attackers will use AI and ML to enhance existing attacks using the tremendous amounts of data now available to them.