Predictions for 2022
#Zero Trust Architecture
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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The day's buzzword would seem to be "Zero-Trust"; however, I see Verified Trust as the recommended approach. Thus, the commercialized offering of the Zero-Trust approach will step to one side in favor of pragmatism. by Prof John Walker
Catalyzed by the Zero Trust strategy government mandate, Public Private Partnerships (PPP) will greatly expand throughout the cybersecurity ecosystem in 2022. Open collaboration, threat sharing, and cooperative research and development will help spur innovation and facilitate new cybersecurity solutions. PPP will be perceived good news for both industry and government by 2023. by Chuck Brooks
2021 will also see Organizations focus more on a Zero Trust model by Macy Dennis
At the corporate level, I believe we will also see more and more companies pivoting and implementing zero trust as they move into the cloud and SaaS model. by Shamane Tan
In my opinion, in the past, many of the larger enterprises focus much on threat modeling, threat intelligence and analytics. Too much effort was spent on trying to understand the TTPs of bad actors out there. It is constantly evolving and changing. Often, that’s like trying to keep up with a bullet train going at 300km/h. What’s the alternative? I feel the alternatives is slowly moving towards a zero-trust architecture. This is probably in the near future. by Wai Kit Cheah