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2022 Predictions

Prediction #1

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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

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2021 Predictions

Prediction #1

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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

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Prediction #2

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Cybersecurity's light will fall more on Shift left strategies and DevsecOps by Vengatesh

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Prediction #3

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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

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