(Vanessa Vasquez, Editor-in-Chief NewsUSA Tech) - Artificial intelligence requires thousands of terabyte data sets to train themselves on the call for the evolution of cybersecurity in 2023. New regulations and improved practices rose from the heightened use of artificial intelligence, which was used to create and proliferate phishing emails and rudimentary malware
In response, the U.S. government would issue an executive order to increase federal oversight of these rapidly expanding A.I. systems with the aim of promoting the safety and security of A.I. development as well as reducing risks for consumers and national security.
These events reflected a dynamic and challenging year in cybersecurity, which underscored the need for continued vigilance and adaptation in the face of evolving threats and regulations.
Story by Vanessa Vasquez, Editor-in-Chief NewsUSA Tech