Predictions for 2022
50+ cybersecurity experts, thought leaders, and professionals have shared their predictions about what would trend in the coming year.
What does 2022 have in store for the Cybersecurity industry?
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Cybersecurity governance and management will get more democratized with digital initiatives identifying champions within niche sectors who will become the first line of defense to identify security and privacy requirements. These cybersecurity experts will work with a central expert panel or Centers of Excellence to institutionalize self-contained and automated security interventions for seamless business operations. by Shivanath Somanathan
Many businesses will still continue to waste money on point solutions to individual security weaknesses like a band-aid. They need to ensure that they have accurate, contextualized, and measurable improvements for cybersecurity and a roadmap for future areas of review and action to ensure their budgets are not wasted. Maybe the board will see that cybersecurity is an investment in their business, their customers, and their employees, rather than being a cost that must be endured every year. by Steve Stobo
As a cybersecurity practitioner one of the positives that I take from this pandemic is that we have re-initiated our conversations and started looking at basics. Cyber hygiene is back. Phishing and Ransomware has picked up in 2020 and will continue to Top the Charts in 2021. There is an underlying thematic tone because of pandemic and it will continue to be leveraged in Phishing and Malware campaigns. The unsuspecting users will gravitate towards information related to Covid and will become victims. From an enterprise perspective there will be a renewed interest in how we protect and build visibility in our endpoints with emphasis on cyber hygiene, strong authentication and zero trust approach. by Sachit Singh