Fifty percent of chief information security officers (CISOs) will adopt human centric design to reduce cybersecurity operational friction; large enterprises will focus on implementing zero-trust programs; and half of cybersecurity leaders will have unsuccessfully tried to use cyber risk quantification to drive decision making, according to the top cybersecurity predictions
Check Point Software Technologies, a leading provider of cyber-security solutions globally, released its cyber-security predictions for 2022 detailing the key security challenges that organizations will face over the next year. While cybercriminals continue to leverage the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic,
McAfee Enterprise and FireEye released its 2022 Threat Predictions, examining the top cybersecurity threats they predict enterprises will face in 2022. Bad actors have taken note of successful tactics from 2021, including those making headlines tied to ransomware, nation states, social media and the shifting reliance on a remote workforce.
Cisco has released its predictions for what 2021 will hold for the privacy and cybersecurity landscapes. According to the report, as companies look to transition to a new normal in 2021, the pandemic has put Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) front and center of their organisations’ path forward.