In this frenetic climate, we tend to focus on developing individuals’ cybersecurity knowledge and talent and putting them on the front line as quickly as possible. In the mad rush, we often forget to consider how new recruits could potentially abuse these abilities on the job or in the wild. Lacking context on cybersecurity ethics, individuals must defer to their personal moral compass. How does this lead to good decisions as often as it leads to mistakes?
“Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on Cyber Security,” located within the required readings, what do you believe are the implications of “innovation and machine learning and the threat of ‘modification of facts’ to cyber security”?