Deconstructing the cyber-threat landscape for 2023 and beyond - Digital Journal

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Predicting the thrust of cybersecurity is not straightforward, although there are signs that most businesses see cybersecurity risk as a primary factors to be concerned with when conducting third-party transactions and business engagements. To gain an insight, Digital Journal spoke with experts at LogRythm.

Among some of the trends predicted it appears that businesses as a whole may be less resilient and to avoid this risk, organizations will need to invest in training to combat new social engineering tactics.

There is also a trend within Information Technology whereby leaner IT teams are expected to turn toward subscriptions rather than building the expertise in-house. While this may bring some financial advantages, there is a risk of some firms struggling in the face of a knowledge shortfall. Here continued economic uncertainty will lead organizations to be more judicious with spending, and companies will look for proven technologies and ways to maximize return on investment.

The first expert is Eric Hart, Manager, Subscription Services. Hart predicts that into 2023 organizations will reassess and expand end-user awareness training.

By this, Hart means: “Coming to the end of a year in which so many organizations fell victim to social engineering attacks, more organizations will look to invest in training their end users to better detect threats. The past year has seen some big names – the likes of Microsoft, Cisco and Uber – suffer breaches by way of multi-factor authentication (MFA) fatigue, phishing and other social engineering tactics.”

With threat groups like Lapsus$ introducing bribery tactics to lure credentials from internal users, many of today’ ..

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