Gen AI to increase cyber attacks warns Lloyd’s

data strategy for AI

A new report has found that the impact of generative artificial intelligence is likely to increase the frequency, severity and diversity of smaller scale cyber attacks over the next one to two years.

In the report Generative AI: Transforming the cyber landscape, Lloyd’s explained this will be followed by a plateauing as security and defensive technologies catch up to counterbalance its impact. 

The report focused on cyber as one of the most complex and critical risks threatening national security and businesses currently. 

Key role

Research by Aviva last year found that one in five businesses have been victims of a cyber attack in the past year with only 17% of small businesses having a cyber

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