AI poses myriad cybersecurity threats, but human factor still key

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Cybersecurity company Fortinet warns of supercharged social engineering and ‘Recruitment as a Service’.

Cybercriminals are using AI to level up just as much as legitimate businesses are.

Artificial intelligence is supercharging the efficiency of cybercriminals and legitimate business people alike, but it’s AI’s ability to imitate and deep-fake influential people that is changing the cyber security game.

Take the example of the Hong Kong-based employee of a multinational company

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