What are the Top 3 Cyber Security Trends for 2020?
Cybersecurity will remain an important topic and on top of the priority list for every enterprise as it encounters massive amounts of data that are created every single day. Advanced cybersecurity trends for 2020 might blow up the minds of different enterprises.
FREMONT, CA: While looking for all the possible cybersecurity trends in 2020, it is evident that 2019 was an exciting year for the cybersecurity industry. Cybersecurity is still a significant issue in the minds of every business leader. This year, the need for organizations to keep GDPR in mind has remained prominent. The efforts taken to protect the organization from cyber threats have never been higher. So, what cybersecurity trends can we expect to witness in 2020? Here are some things to consider.
One of the cyber security trends to look out for is the constant need to see the ongoing development in the relevant regulations concerning cybersecurity. The dynamic and rapidly moving nature of cybersecurity becomes a significant regulation that is far too slow to be considered as a benefit and might restrict the security by building a culture of compliance with rules and a false sense of security against enemies that are agile, motivated, and smart.
The enterprises can expect to come across attackers with changing methodology from pure data theft and website hacking to attacking data integrity itself. Such attacks, with an outspoken theft of data, will cause long-term, reputational damage to people or groups by getting people to question the integrity of their data. Some firms are already making use of AI to sort and check the integrity of data more efficiently.
Attackers and Mode of Attack:
Hackers might also appear more organized and commercialized. Furthermore, they might have their call centers like the ones, which were already witnessed with fake dating sites. They might find a platform for themselves, where cybercrime is rarely regarded as a crime, and thereby putting themselves outside their victims' police powers.