As 2023 ends, cybersecurity has evolved quickly as hackers compete to outwit one another. In 2024, cybersecurity will be more substantial than ever, as firms become the prime target of daily cyberattacks. The cybersecurity environment has changed due to digital business and hybrid workspaces. As per a recent report by PwC, "2024 Global Digital Trust Insights,"
- 44% report using an integrated suite of cyber tech solutions.
- 39% plan to move to one in the next two years.
- Nearly one-fifth — 19% — say they have too many cyber solutions and need consolidation.
No one can predict how cybersecurity will evolve since it is continuously changing. But some trends are becoming more apparent in the near future. Hence, it is important to redefine security procedures, reconsider technology, and prepare for new threats. While the level of impact caused by these trends cannot be guaranteed, they can pose issues for many organizations in 2024.
Nobody can predict where cybercrime and security will go since they are always changing and evolving. In 2024, firms must always work towards predicting the next move of cyber-attackers and develop systems and apps that are less susceptible to attack.
While the level of impact caused by these trends cannot be guaranteed, they can pose issues for many organizations in 2024. Hence, it is essential to analyze each trend’s specific risk to the organization and its assets. With infrastructure security being a significant aspect, it is necessary to gear up the cybersecurity game by securing data, running risk analysis and mitigation, and architecting cloud-based security.