Cybersecurity is increasingly taking the front seat, from being considered as an afterthought to becoming a priority in policy, technical, economic, societal and even legal and environmental discussions. Given the increasing hyper-connectivity of everything and our growing online presence, the significance of cybersecurity cannot be overstated. We are constantly coming across new cyber threats and attacks, novel avenues are opening for adversaries, emerging technologies are changing the paradigm and cyber affairs are more and more linked to physical ones, leading to the notion of hybrid threats. ENISA, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity, has been monitoring the cybersecurity threat landscape for more than 10 years. In this talk, ENISA will discuss the current state of the EU cybersecurity threat landscape and discuss its evolution based on the foresight activities that the Agency utilizes to map the landscape, to identify future and emerging cybersecurity challenges
In an increasingly technologically interconnected world, cybersecurity teams are the defenders of digital frontlines. Looking ahead to the future, this session dives into the dynamic landscape of cybersecurity, and investigates the market segments’ evolution within it. Many things impact your cybersecurity preparedness and plans, such as new attack patterns, evolution of cybercrime techniques, and emerging technologies. We will discuss industry forecasts until 2025 and how businesses step towards optimal cybersecurity.
From AI driven decision-making to a massive amount of cybersecurity threats around the world, many events make fluctuations in the market, and whether you are a cybersecurity professional, an investor or passionate about IT security, this session will provide you valuable information about the current market sizes and the predictions until 2025.
You will find this session not only informative, but full of valuable insights that will enlighten your journey to secure your organization.
AI actors are poised to eclipse the number of human users on the internet. Many industry observers have decried such growth, pointing to the immense risks that such a brave new world poses. How can security systems even keep up with the rate of expansion in AI technologies? How can enterprises hope to compete with the vast amounts of money, time, and resources that AI companies use to train their models? Such questions presage a significant evolution in the way the tech industry envisions, develops, and deploys security systems.
Fortunately, there’s a way forward, but it requires the cybersecurity market to shift toward a pattern that follows what AI vendors have done: make the science of biological systems the template for cybersecurity. Breakthroughs in social science, political science, evolutionary biology, and neuroscience demonstrate that our focus should be on establishing trustful relationships rather than a direct reliance on structural interventions such as identity management, attack surface management, and zero trust practices. The pathways that enable biological entities to come to trust and successfully collaborate with each other are known to science. In this presentation, Global Head of Research Mike Neuenschwander will delve into what changes are coming to the security market in order to achieve such levels of trust online. The presentation will provide a market roadmap for vendors, enterprises, governments, and standards organizations alike to create a security model that is highly collaborative and ultimately highly trustworthy.