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Cyberattacks are the No. 1 worry for business leaders—and AI may be able to help


Executives consider cyberattacks the top threat to their companies, and artificial intelligence only exacerbates the risk by helping hackers infiltrate computer systems more quickly and effectively. But AI can also help protect businesses. 

“It’s important for companies to look for these next-generation technologies to identify and prevent attacks using things like AI,” George Kurtz, CEO of cybersecurity company CrowdStrike, told Fortune.  

The number of cyberattacks in the U.S. hit an all-time high in 2023 with more than 3,200 breaches, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, a nonprofit that educates the public about cybercrime. These breaches threaten businesses because they can shut down sales, destroy reputations, create legal headaches, and put individual customers in danger. 


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