3 Cybersecurity Advancements Revolutionizing ‘Secure by Design’ in 2023

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Key Points:

  • Software bills of materials (SBOMs) have increased transparency and openness in the industry.
  • Investment in security training and the cybersecurity workforce is crucial for a secure digital landscape.

In 2023, the cybersecurity industry made significant advancements in the “Secure by Design” approach. This approach integrates security at every stage of product development process. One key advancement was the growing adoption of Software bills of materials (SBOMs), which offer transparency into the composition of software products. Additionally, investment in security training and cybersecurity workforce is crucial, with the global security awareness training market expected to exceed $12 billion annually by 2027. Collaboration within the industry and partnerships between private companies and the government have also been on the rise to combat cyber threats. While progress has been made, challenges like legacy systems and evolving threats persist, urging organizations to prioritize cybersecurity principles and adopt a proactive approach to cybersecurity. Astors Awards ceremony, highlighting the efforts of organizations and individuals in enhancing security, took place in 2023, with Platinum awards going to SolarWinds for their Security Incident & Event Management Solution. It is essential for the industry to work together to build a more secure and trusted digital ecosystem.

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