Lunch & Learn: The Dark Side of AI: How Criminals are Using it to Hack and Steal

  • Event: Lunch & Learn: The Dark Side of AI: How Criminals are Using it to Hack and Steal
  • Date: 13/12/2023
  • Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Venue: Online, Session, Via Zoom,
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Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing our world, and it’s not just for the good. Cybercriminals are harnessing the power of AI to supercharge their malicious activities. In this eye-opening 45-minute lunch and learn session, we’ll delve into:

  • How AI is Transforming Cybercrime: Discover how AI has radically altered the cybercrime landscape, giving criminals unprecedented capabilities.
  • Types of AI-Powered Cyber Attacks: Uncover the various forms of cyberattacks fueled by AI, from phishing to deepfake scams.
  • Shielding Your Business: Learn practical strategies and tools to safeguard your business from the evolving threats of AI-driven cybercrime.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you’ll:

  • Understand how AI empowers cybercriminals to execute more sophisticated phishing and impersonation scams.
  • Gain actionable insights on how to fortify your organization against these AI-driven threats.


Liam Lynch  has nearly 35 years of experience working in IT, with at least 25 in infrastructure, networking and security. While he has detailed technical knowledge on the subject of cyber security, he has the ability to be able to relay technical concepts in a plain simple language which everyone can understand.

This session is FREE OF CHARGE, but registration is essential. 

Please book online to secure your place!

Note: the link to join online session will be sent via email 24/48 hours before event.

Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.

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