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Cybersecurity – What to expect in 2023

As the new year approaches it is interesting to speculate about how cybersecurity challenges and how they are addressed may change in 2023.

 

 

Deloitte reveals 10 strategic cybersecurity predictions for 2023

  1. Board cybersecurity readiness will become business imperative
  2. Connected device visibility and security will be a major area of focus for most organizations
  3. Security in emerging technologies will be critical in their adoption
  4. Data-centric security and privacy will become imperative to building brand and customer trust
  5. Focus of future-forward readiness
  6. Organizational resilience will continue to be the focus
  7. Complex supply chain security risks will continue to emerge
  8. Organizational talent consolidation and outsourcing will evolve due to severe cyber talent shortage and growing labor cost
  9. Cloud security approaches, products and technology will mature at an accelerated pace
  10. Evolving threats to operational technology in manufacturing and other environments

The Top Five Cybersecurity Trends In 2023 – From Forbes

  1. Internet of Things and cloud security
  2. Work-from-home cybersecurity becomes a priority for businesses
  3. International state-sponsored attackers target businesses as well as governments
  4. Artificial intelligence (AI) plays an increasingly prominent role in cybersecurity
  5. Building a security-aware culture

What are the TOP 10 emerging cybersecurity threats? From European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA)

  1. Supply chain compromise of software dependencies
  2. Advanced disinformation campaigns
  3. Rise of digital surveillance authoritarianism/loss of privacy
  4. Human error and exploited legacy systems within cyber-physical ecosystems
  5. Targeted attacks enhanced by smart device data
  6. Lack of analysis and control of space-based infrastructure and objects
  7. Rise of advanced hybrid threats
  8. Skills shortage
  9. Cross-border ICT service providers as a single point of failure
  10. Artificial intelligence abuse

Consistent across these lists is the role that building critical skills and knowledge play in keeping pace with cybersecurity challenges. From general security awareness, through to specialist training and up to globally recognised (ISC)² certifications – Cycubix offers courses that support professionals throughout their cybersecurity careers.

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