On one hand, artificial intelligence in cyber security is beneficial because it improves how security experts analyze, study, and understand cybercrime. It enhances the cyber security technologies that companies use to combat cybercriminals and help keep organizations and customers safe. On the other hand, artificial intelligence can be very resource intensive. It may not be practical in all applications. More importantly, it also can serve as a new weapon in the arsenal of cybercriminals who use the technology to hone and improve their cyberattacks.
Every business needs to stay up to date on and comply with the latest encryption and privacy laws. Failure to comply will result in fines that can range upwards of tens of millions of dollars. But which laws do you need to comply with, and what do you have to do? For the sake of this article, we’re just going to focus on the regulations and laws that require encryption or reference the protection of encrypted data. These regulations and laws are sometimes called data encryption laws, data privacy laws or data protection laws.