Predictions for 2022
#Cyber Security Services
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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With more businesses leading bi-modal transformations to compete with disruptive innovations within their market space, there will be a need to adopt agile security practices through amicable implementation of continuous attack surface management, adaptive threat response, shifting security and privacy left through the DevOps value chain, and behavioral analytics-based defense posture automation. by Shivanath Somanathan
Companies have invested massively in Cyber security over the years, but the boards will push back and ask for proof as to the value that these solutions have delivered, “how much have they reduced our risk?”, and “how much money have they potentially saved us if we were breached?” Budgets will decrease in line with headcounts and companies will look at consolidating security platforms to save money, time, and resources that are traditionally required to run point solutions. Larger companies will look towards better value from smaller partners and more niche players that can combine multi service lines and solutions to address their business drivers and deliver business outcomes without the overheads and costs of the traditional large system integrators by Steve Stobo
Clients will be more focused on outsourcing services with minimal products by Macy Dennis
Products and solutions will be more cloud/SaaS focused, primarily due to COVID by Macy Dennis