It is that time of year again where we look forward to what cyber goodies the New Year brings. 2019 brought new records in data breaches, a rash of ransomware attacks, and a rise in state-sponsored cyber-attacks. Below is a quick list of what me may expect in the 2020.
Cybersecurity will become even more of a strategic priority for companies as the cost, sophistication, and lethality of breaches continue to rise.
The advent of emerging and fused technologies 5G, IoT (and Industrial IoT) will pose significant operational and regulatory challenges. Companies and agencies will look to automation and orchestration technologies such as machine learning, deep learning, artificial intelligence, and other analytic tools to mitigate gaps on ubiquitous platforms.
Threat actors, especially state-sponsored, and criminal enterprises will take advantage of the expanding cyber-attack surface by sing their resources to employ more sophisticated means for discovering target vulnerabilities, automating their phishing attacks, and…