With cybersecurity teams increasingly overworked and understaffed, organizations must prioritize more intelligent approaches to automating mundane tasks and freeing experts to focus on high-impact tasks, says Franklyn Jones of Cequence Security.
The latest digital identity capabilities and fraud-fighting technologies, including greater use of machine learning and threat intelligence, enable organizations to take a bigger bite out of cybercrime, says Shaked Vax of IBM Security's Trusteer.
The World Economic Forum recently identified "cyberattacks and data integrity concerns crippling large parts of the internet" as one of the top 10 global risks. Jaime Chanaga of NTT talks about the significance of that announcement and the concerns global security leaders face headed into 2020.
Security practitioners must go beyond buzzwords, such as threat hunting, "and translate it into implementation effectiveness - controls that really sustain over a period of time," says Ashish Thapar of Verizon Enterprise Solutions, who offers an assessment of the cybersecurity threat landscape in the APAC region.
It's difficult to build a reliable security system based on artificial intelligence and machine learning, says Aleksandr Lazarenko of Group-IB, who offers insights on how to make the most of these technologies.