Predictions for 2022
#Cyber Security Culture
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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Patching vulnerabilities on-demand, to gain trend as an important skill for Organizations with digital/physical attack surfaces, as vulnerabilities being weaponized, and Cyber Security leaders spotlights and take vigilance to industries to protect from evolving cyber threats & actors. by Daniel Raj
There is a continuing and growing conversation about cybersecurity culture. Last year's prediction on this focus area was premature. We haven’t seen the uptake for company-wide KPIs related to cybersecurity expectations for training, behavior and reporting. However, after the release of The Australian Cybersecurity Strategy 2020, I am more confident that the conversation is becoming louder and the need for security awareness training is front of mind. by Jacqueline Jayne
Cybersecurity's light will fall more on Shift left strategies and DevsecOps by Vengatesh
Security culture will increasingly become a focus for management. Both CISOs and other C-level management will need to promote and build a positive security culture as a means to actively reduce security risks for the organization. Security culture will thus become an inherent part of the overarching company culture. by Jelle Wieringa