Where is cybersecurity heading and what should security teams focus on in 2019?
We thought it would be helpful to examine the most common cybersecurity predictions for 2019. Business press, trade publications and of course vendors had a lot to say about emerging technology trends, but what predictions or trends will matter most? More importantly, how can security teams and CISOs turn these predictions into advantages for their business?
I sat down with Chris Calvert, industry expert who often says; “if you have a problem with how today’s SOCs work, it’s partially my fault and I’m working to solve that issue!” With over 30 years of experience in information security, Chris has worked for the NSA, the DOD Joint Staff and held leadership positions in both large and small companies, including IBM and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He has designed, built and managed security operations centers and incident response teams for eight of the global fortune-50.
During our conversation, we discuss questions like:
- Will we see an increase in crime, espionage and sabotage by rogue nation-states?
- How will malware sophistication change how we protect our networks?
- Will utilities become a primary target for ransomware attacks?
- A new type of fileless malware will emerge, but what is it? (think worms)
- And finally, will cybersecurity vendors deliver on the true promise of A.I.?
You can listen to his expert thoughts and opinions on the podcast here!
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Here’s some other useful information:
- Norwich University and Respond Software Infographic
- Why “Context is King” for Cybersecurity in 2019
- The Science of Detection Part 1: 5 Essential Elements of a Data Source by Chris Cavert
Tim Wenzlau is a Product Manager at Respond Software. He is focused on adding skills to the Respond Analyst--continuously improving the Respond Analyst’s intelligence, visibility, awareness, and user experience. Prior to Respond Software, Tim managed and launched a user behavior product and held various roles in corporate development, strategy, and business operations. Tim holds a degree in Operations Research and Financial Engineering from Princeton University.View all posts by Tim Wenzlau