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Stay ahead with cybersecurity trends and strategies in the landscape

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TLDR:

  • Ransomware attacks are on the rise, with only 48% of IT professionals in India implementing a formal plan.
  • Consolidation of security tools is necessary to streamline operations and mitigate vulnerabilities.

The cybersecurity landscape is evolving rapidly, presenting new challenges and threats. In response to the increasing cyber-attacks, organisations need to adopt robust cybersecurity measures to stay protected. Key trends and strategies to stay ahead include:

Ransomware Readiness

Ransomware attacks have become a significant concern globally, with data loss experienced by 82% of victims in India. Solutions like CTE-RWP can help prevent encryption and data exfiltration.

Consolidation and Complexity

Organisations face challenges managing multiple security tools, with 62% using more than five critical management systems. A holistic approach to security is needed to address these complexities.

Stronger Developer Relationships

Developers play a crucial role in cybersecurity, and organisations should empower them with tools like CipherTrust Platform Community edition and Secrets Management for enhanced protection.

Data Sovereignty Concerns

Data protection regulations are tightening globally, leading to concerns about data sovereignty. Cloud providers like Google and AWS offer solutions to address these compliance issues.

Preparing for Quantum Computing

The potential impact of quantum computing on cybersecurity is a growing concern. Companies must implement quantum-resistant security measures to safeguard data in the future.

In conclusion, staying ahead in the cybersecurity landscape requires awareness of evolving threats and the implementation of comprehensive security measures. By addressing ransomware readiness, consolidation, developer relationships, data sovereignty, and quantum computing, organisations can enhance their defenses and protect sensitive information effectively.

Author: Ashish Saraf, VP and Country Director-India, Thales

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