LAS VEGAS, NV – 3 Nov, 2016 – If the past 12 months saw a dramatic increase in data breach activity, then the year ahead promises to bring an entirely new set of concerns – and a shift in how companies are responding to the cyber threat. Increasingly, companies are exploring split encrypted technology approach to cyber security, while preparing for an entirely new set of threats to medical data, connected vehicles, mobile payments, and Internet of Things as well as emerging technologies like “wearables.”
Additionally, traditional incident response – the rapid deployment of a team to remediate breaches to a network, identify additional threats and restore functionality is imperative. The connectedness of our cyber network demands protection, along with intelligence-driven tools and processes that equip companies with an anticipatory edge..
As data security becomes a top priority for organizations of all sizes, Stealth Grid’s team of cyber experts sifted through the noise to determine what trends might shape 2017.
Emerging Trends: Big Changes in Cyber Risk, Encrypted Technology, Authentication, detection, Improved Incident Response
At the RSA Conference, senior leaders from Stealth Grid discussed the growing cyber security challenges facing organizations and new solutions that will shape the best practices, technology, preparedness and response in 2017.
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