As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes all pervasive, a new report predicts that technology will replace humans in the field of cyberspace by 2031, as hackers use more sophisticated devices. Cloud security firm ‘Trend Micro’ said in a new report that more than two-fifths (41 per cent) of IT leaders believe AI will change their role by 2030. AI Technology Will Replace Humans In the Feild of Cybersecurity By 2030.
Just nine percent of respondents said that AI would not replace their job within the next decade. Nearly a third (32 percent) stated that AI would eventually work to fully automate all cyber security. Almost one in five (19 percent) believe that attackers using AI to increase their arsenal will become common by 2025.
The report stated, “The seismic events of 2020 have led to long-lasting changes in the work environment around the world and have opened up new avenues that cybercriminals can abuse. 2021 to cyberspace enterprises, governments and common users Will help securely adapt to these new conditions. “
AI Technology Will Replace Humans In the Feild of Cybersecurity By 2030
Almost one in five of those surveys said that attackers using AI to increase their targets would become common by 2025.
About a quarter of IT leaders also claimed that by 2030, data access will be linked to biometric or DNA data, making unauthorized access impossible.
When it comes to this year, telecommuting will continue in 2021 and hybrid environments, where work and personal tasks will co-mingle in a machine, will be challenging in terms of security.
“The report, titled The Report, states that global enterprises in particular will have less control over their data. Delaying where data is stored and processed will become more difficult. Visibility in enterprise devices is reduced when employees Access private apps from work devices, ”the report titled. Tide turning ”.
Both users and enterprises must protect work-from-home setups from threats and IT teams will need to secure the entire remote workforce and individual users must secure their virtual workspaces and endpoint devices in 2021.
The number of spam emails and phishing attempts related to Kovid-19 is increasing. “Cybercriminals will continue to use epidemics from pandemics and other related events to lure new victims.”