How a "Resilience First" Cybersecurity Model is the Antidote to the 5-Cyber Trends Destabilizing our Digital World
Fortress Security Risk Management CEO Andy Jones takes us into the near future to explore the five destabilizing trends of cybercrime and how to alter their trajectory.
- The Increasing frequency, sophistication, severity, and profitability of cyber-attacks, along with its low barrier to entry, both from a technical and cost perspective along with the use of AI to manufacture malware are ensuring the cybercrime business is only going to get worse, a lot worse
- The global talent gap in cybersecurity professionals is widening dramatically, growing at a +22% annual rate as scarcity fuels an economic war for quality cyber talent
- Regulatory pressure, nationally and locally, is driving a new and significant level of compliance complexity and cost for organizations
- Increasingly drawn into the vortex of data gravity, the inextricable interconnectedness and vulnerability of the digital supply chain continues to grow with technology industry attacks doubling in 2022 vs year ago
- The relatively young Risk transfer market continues to learn and evolve adjusting with significant rate increases, reduced coverage, increased controls, and pushing back to the client more risk
But, there is hope, as Jones unveils a Resilience First Cyber Reference Architecture that any company can implement to achieve a high level of cyber safety.