With 2019 was a big year for cybersecurity, the introduction of 5G and the rise of cloud computing made 2020 even more challenging for the security professionals. As firms are moving to the cloud at an amazing clip and with good reason, there are pitfalls from a cybersecurity perspective. Chief among them is the need for comprehensive security solutions that incorporate the cloud as well as legacy infrastructure. Given the shortage of cloud security expertise and the lack of hybrid solutions that span cloud and legacy, companies are challenged to build in system-wide security.
Further, today’s customers are demanding the ability to transact fully and securely in the digital domain and competitors are offering new choices daily. Clearly, traditional waterfall approaches to building security can’t keep up. To be successful, agile teams need a deeper understanding of security issues, willingness to adopt security practices, and must take increased responsibility for the security of their systems.
The events of early 2020 have prompted organizations to shift priorities across the board, and security processes are no exception. Gone are the days when attackers needed significant skills to launch an attack. In many ways, the dark web has commoditized attack tools while also providing a means of trading the spoils of an exploit. Numerous studies have documented the increased speed at which digital transformation initiatives have been fast-tracked as organizations scramble to apply automation to support large numbers of remote workers and skyrocketing e-commerce traffic.
Given that skilled cybersecurity professionals continue to be in desperately short supply while businesses plan to ramp up investments even more, we can expect that demand for skills will remain high. While attackers are growing stronger and more sophisticated, parallelly the cybersecurity industry is also becoming more robust. The key is to plan proactive solutions to keep the business safe.
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