Global Cybercriminals Turn to AI: How Can Companies Respond?

March 7, 2024

Hinshaw partner Cathy Mulrow-Peattie recently authored a New York Law Journal byline discussing how artificial intelligence (AI) has been employed by cybercriminals to disrupt cybersecurity prevention and security incident management.

With global cybercrime anticipated to reach $9.5 trillion in 2024, Mulrow-Peattie explores new AI attack vectors being employed by cyber criminals and AI and cybersecurity-related defense responses; then, leveraging established federal and state regulations and frameworks, she discusses how companies can manage these new cybersecurity compliance risks, including with a review of their cybersecurity policies.

Read the full PDF article or contact Cathy Mulrow-Peattie for more information.

The Increasing AI Disruption of Cybersecurity” was published by the New York Law Journal on March 1, 2024.

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