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Information technology and communication have brought about a revolution that affects the economic, political, social, and cultural sectors, just like previous revolutions. This revolution relies on information, which is the basis of human knowledge. Modern information technologies allow for monitoring, processing, and distributing this information in various written, visual, and auditory forms, overcoming the obstacle of information volume and reducing the time required for distribution. This technology has led to a new way of working that facilitated the emergence of a new concept, the concept of the information society, which aims to extensively and optimally utilize information in various aspects of life. This society is considered the result of the technological convergence between informatics and communication technologies. It has opened doors for interaction among several global operators who exchange information through the Internet network.Through this wide openness in the field of communication and information transfer, it is necessary for us to know how to safeguard this transferred information from one party to another, and this is where the concept and term "Information Security" originated.The definition of security largely depends on the context, as the term "Security" refers to a wide range of areas within and outside the field of information technology. For example, we may talk about security when describing preventive measures on public roads or when reviewing a new computer system that has high immunity against software viruses. Several systems have been developed to address different aspects of the security concept. In the race between artificial intelligence and information security, researchers are questioning the risks that artificial intelligence can cause in information security crimes.

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