In TÜV Rheinland’s Cybersecurity Trends 2019, we explore how the evolution of cybercrime is affecting emerging technologies such as Operational Technology (OT) in industry, the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as its impact on the perennial skills shortage and the balance of power among management.
A report by the cybersecurity experts at TÜV Rheinland
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The following trends have been identified from our cybersecurity experts’ forecasts:
Trend 1: Cybersecurity has become a board-level issue
Trend 2: Industrial cybersecurity is years behind mainstream IT security
Trend 3: IoT cybersecurity faces a major standards challenge
Trend 4: The pressure created by GDPR represents a turning point for consumer privacy
Trend 5: The cybersecurity skills shortage will distort the labor market
Trend 6: Threat detection and response depends on maturing Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR)
Trend 7: ‘Red team’ testing and agile security development are gaining greater mainstream acceptance
Trend 8: Cybersecurity will define digital economy winners and losers
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