Cyber attacks are increasing exponentially, cyber professionals are quitting, and ultimately, no one is replacing them. Worldwide, the cyber workforce shortfall is approximately 3.5 million people. We have a mountain to climb. While there are rising numbers of people with security degrees and qualifications, this falls way short of industry demand.
What part is technology playing in exacerbating the skills shortage and will advances in automation help or hinder?
Fayaz Khaki, practice lead at Adarma, shares the importance of embedding security into cloud migration.
Richard Beck Head of Cyber Security, QA, shares about collaboration and communication in cyber.
Ultimately, leave nothing to chance. Always expect an attack to happen, as cybercriminals are constantly looking for that open entryway. SMEs cannot afford to leave the door open. One negative experience can damage your customer relationships, reputation and overall business health. In this constant game of cat and mouse, we all need to be on our guard.
A whopping 80% of organisations have suffered a breach that they could attribute to a lack of cybersecurity skills and/or awareness, per Fortinet research, so it’s safe to say businesses are well-aware of the importance of filling cybersecurity talent gaps. The cybersecurity skills shortage is an ongoing problem, but understanding and busting the myths around hiring and managing remote global talent is the key to the solution.
Gal Singer, Security Researcher at Aqua Security looks at the growing risk of third-party applications: keeping secure in the cloud.
Juan Ramon Aramendia, Head of Cyber Security Product Engineering at Auriga, shares how a new generation of digital bank branches are at risk from cyber attack.
James Griffiths, Co-founder and Technical Director of Cyber Security Associates, shares the rise in double extortion ransomware attacks.
Mike Miracle, Head of Marketing, Strategy, and Alliances at Catalogic, shares the need to protect Kubernetes in cloud infrastructure.
Etay Maor, Senior Director of Security Strategy at Cato Networks, shares what to expect when you’re expecting SASR.
Dominik Birgelen, CEO of oneclick on strengthening cybersecurity to embrace hybrid working.
Fred Plais CEO and Co-Founder of Platform.sh, shares how patchwork systems are more than just an annoyance.
Philippe Alcoy, Security Technologies for NETSCOUT, shares why digital supply chains is such a popular target for threat actors.
William Gamble, Global Privacy and Cyber Security Compliance Consultant at IT Governance USA, shares how the privacy implications of Dobbs vs jackson Women’s Helath Organizaton.
Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of Data and AI at O’Reilly, shares how we must not wait for the government to fill the vacuum of AI governnce.
Steve Van Till, CEO at Brivo shares how the office isn’t going away, so we need to make it secure.
In a world of rising cybersecurity threats, Dragos protects the most critical infrastructure – those that provide us with the tenets of modern civilization – from increasingly capable adversaries who wish to do it harm.
Andy Stone, CTO-Americas at Pure Storage, shares what cyber espionage is and what you can do about it.
Cyril Noel-Tagoe, Principal Security Researcher at Netacea, shares that if you want to prevent bot attacks, make sure you understand them first.