Byline by CTM Insights Managing Partner Lou Steinberg in Security Magazine

4 cybersecurity risks of web 3.0

The original “web 1.0” was a place to serve static pages built by companies. Along came forums and social media, and we suddenly had a “web 2.0” in which users created and added content. Tim Berners-Lee (inventor of web 1.0) coined the term web 3.0 to mean a web based on data that not only humans, but machines could process. If web 1.0 created an encyclopedia, then web 2.0 was Wikipedia and web 3.0 would make everything on the web into a massive database. How could web 3.0 be securely accomplished and managed? In a word, artificial intelligence (AI).

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