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Artificial Intelligence: The Cyber Security Trend of 2024

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As we approach 2024, the digital world continues to expand, bringing new technologies, innovations and opportunities; with it a host of cybersecurity challenges.

What are the cybersecurity trends for 2024?

Artificial intelligence: As we have already seen during the course of 2023, artificial intelligence and machine learning have made significant progress and will be of great help for cybersecurity; for automation in threat detection and incident response, but also for cybercriminals it will lead to the development of more sophisticated attacks.

Phishing: During 2023 there were about 50 thousand daily detections of phishing throughout Latin America, phishing is one of the most latent threats in which attackers seek to trick people into revealing their personal and confidential information.

Deepfake threats: This type of threat is a mix between phishing and the help of artificial intelligence, where attackers can create realistic videos or audios impersonating other people or organizations.

Artificial intelligence-based attacks: Leveraging machine learning algorithms in order to bypass traditional security measures, identify vulnerabilities and launch more targeted and adaptive attacks.

Cloud security: With more companies migrating their databases to the cloud, the security of data stored in the cloud will be a growing concern. Identity and access management, as well as data breach protection, will be critical areas.

Zero trust security: With the rise of remote working, cloud-based services and cyber threats, traditional security measures focused on protecting the network perimeter are no longer sufficient. Organizations are likely to adopt a zero trust approach to protect their networks, applications and data, minimizing the risk of unauthorized access.

Regulations and compliance: In 2024, regulatory attention to cybersecurity will intensify. Governments and regulators around the world are expected to implement stricter regulations and compliance requirements, prompting organizations to prioritize cybersecurity measures and data protection.

The year 2024 is shaping up to be a period of significant cybersecurity challenges. Organizations must be prepared to adapt quickly to these emerging trends by investing in advanced security technologies and fostering a culture of security awareness among their employees.

Collaboration across industries and governments will also be crucial to develop effective strategies against ever-evolving cyber threats. Ultimately, preparedness and prevention will be key to successfully navigating the complex and dynamic world of cybersecurity in 2024.