2018 saw data breaches from big-name firms and organizations like Marriot, Delta Airlines, Ticketmaster, and the Department of Homeland Security. The speed of business often moves too fast for organizations to properly assess and strengthen their security posture, leaving them vulnerable from porous on-premises infrastructure, new cloud assets, and too few IT personnel with security expertise. For these reasons and others, it seems that every year the consequences from failed cybersecurity escalate to another level.
So, what will 2019 bring? In a recent webinar, Arctic Wolf’s CEO Brian NeSmith offered key insights on the state of cybersecurity today and his predictions for 2019. These predictions cover the gamut of the cybersecurity landscape and address critical issues he sees affecting governments, businesses, consumers, and private individuals.
VIEW THE WEBINAR for Brian’s 2019 predictions and learn what you need to do to protect your organization in the year ahead. You’ll discover:
- The new approach cybercriminals will employ to get into target organizations
- Which industries will be most attractive to 2019’s hackers
- Whether new security technologies can live up to their expectations
- Why nation-state cyberbattles threaten infrastructure and grids
- How global privacy regulations like GDPR and CCPA are shaping regulations globally
- The different ways that foreign operatives manipulate elections
Will we see the cybersecurity stories that emerge in the New Year line up with Brian’s predictions? Who will be next to fall victim to these predictions? How many will follow?
There aren’t any easy answers to these tough questions. However, in the not-if-but-when scenario, “when” may be just around the corner. Devising sound plans and strategies for the plot and subplots he discusses in the webinar are essential for business success. To help businesses get in front of his cybersecurity predictions, Brian also offers expert advice and potential solutions to meet the challenges he sees making the biggest waves
View the webinar now—and learn what your organization can do to best prepare for 2019 and beyond!