Cybersecurity Awareness Month is over for 2022. But things are moving quickly in the cybersecurity space. Indeed, I would claim it is too early to begin talking about a ‘new normal’ in cybersecurity.
Indeed, I would claim it is too early to begin talking about a ‘new normal’ in cybersecurity. The cybersecurity 'new normal' is a fluid concept requiring a new approach.
The society utilizes and is increasingly dependent on digitalization when developing critical services. Digitalization requires that security is built into these services, it cannot be sprinkled on top once they are ready. What is also required is security awareness – and knowhow - from companies, citizens and the public sector.
Digitalization provides enormous opportunities and also benefits. Cybersecurity provides a foundation for reaping the rewards. But cyberattacks will occur, so monitoring of anomalies becomes a must. All parties in the cyberspace (citizens, organizations, the public sector - and vendors) have their roles and responsibilities for making the digital world as safe as possible.
Editor Nima Sherpa Green interviewed Logicalis' CEO Bob Bailkoski and Tietoevry's Head of Cybersecurity Business Maria Nordgren at the Inside Track EMEA event in early October. See what they answered to the question on their businesses have changed during the past year.