The Ontario Cyber Security Centre of Excellence recently published an article about the artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT, capable of human-like conversations and performing tasks such as generating content ideas and simplifying complex topics.
However, there are significant cyber security risks associated with ChatGPT. These include the potential for malicious code generation, crafting convincing phishing emails, privacy concerns and more.
Users are advised to exercise caution and be cyber aware when interacting with ChatGPT, as it may provide inaccurate information. To stay safe online, remember to report suspicious emails, avoid sharing sensitive data and stay updated on social engineering tactics.
In an era where AI like ChatGPT is becoming increasingly integrated into our daily lives, it is crucial to balance its benefits with a proactive approach to cyber security.
To read the article, visit the Cyber Security Centre of Excellence website.