It's that time of the year again for analysts and security product vendors to look into their crystal balls and make their forecasts for next years trends in cybersecurity. Predicting the future has never been easy, but in recent years industry experts have often been right.
Data is one of the most significant assets in the hands of the corporations in this information technology era. Therefore, a data breach has serious effects on any business. 2018 has seen an increase in the number of data breaches
The market for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) equipment is growing rapidly. Before long, the installed base of smart industrial machines will exceed the number of remote workers.
In recent months, a number of government agencies have been campaigning for state intervention in IT security. This includes an initiative to enforce a minimum level of security for home and small office routers.
For well over a decade, the leading technology companies have been able to build hugely profitable businesses on the back of people’s personal data.
The fight against cyber threats is often described as an arms race. One side finds new attack vectors, the other side responds with new defense strategies. However, this suggests a greater sense of equilibrium than is actually the case.