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Big Data, AI Mean Crime Can Now be Preempted, Says Cyber Law Expert

Speaking at Calcalist’s annual Mind the Tech conference Thursday, Nimrod Kozlovski discussed the challenges of fighting crime in the digital age

Hagar Ravet | 10:49  14.04.2019
Big data and artificial intelligence are changing the way crimes are investigated, and prevented, according to Nimrod Kozlovski, partner at Israel-based law firm HFN and lecturer at Tel Aviv University. Kozlovski spoke Thursday at Calcalist’s annual Mind the Tech conference, held in New York last week.

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In the digital age, traditional methods of managing crimes are no longer viable, Kozlovski said, as stolen money can be transferred as cryptocurrency, stealth communication is not only encrypted but often untappable, and use of the dark web is rampant.

Big data and artificial intelligence, however, can give law enforcement and cybersecurity companies a leg up in the form of pro-active security, he said.

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