- Prediction #5: Application Programming Interfaces (API) Will Be Exposed as The Weakest Link Leading to Cloud-Native Threats
- Prediction #4: DevSecOps Will Rise to Prominence as Growth in Containerized Workloads Causes Security Controls to ‘Shift Left’
- Prediction #3: Ransomware Attacks to Morph into Two-Stage Extortion Campaigns
- Prediction #2: Adversaries to Generate Deepfakes to Bypass Facial Recognition
- Prediction #1: Broader Deepfakes Capabilities for Less-skilled Threat Actors
How to protect against today’s #1 security risk: employees
Today’s workplaces are becoming increasingly complex and fluid – particularly when it comes to security management. The modern worker expects to be able to work from anywhere, on any device, and at any time. Office spaces are no longer centralised with singular technology and protected by a robust firewall. They’re now wireless, with hot-desks, hybrid infrastructure (both cloud-based and on-premise), and all kinds of connectivity scenarios. Unless your flexible, digital workplace is designed with security as top of mind, security issues can very easily occur – and can have a lasting impact on your business’ overall safety.
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