Cybersecurity Week 2019
Growth in the cybersecurity market over the next half-decade is expected to be lead by encryption since it protects sensitive data across all critical points in the lifecycle and enables enterprises to hide their critical data from unauthorized bad actors. Meanwhile, a growing number of breaches due to lack of awareness or carelessness has boosted demand for automated threat intelligence and mitigation tools.
The market itself is poised for rapid expansion, with cybersecurity sales expected to reach $248.3 billion by 2023, up from $152.7 billion in 2018, representing a compound annual growth rate of 10.2 percent, according to research firm MarketsandMarkets.
CRN's Cybersecurity Week will dive into the most dangerous types of phishing emails and scams, the biggest ransomware attacks to know about, and the fastest-growing types of cybercrime to guard against. Other works will examine the biggest Android malware threats to keep an eye on, and the top DDoS attack trends to watch for in the coming year.
The Top 8 Android Malware Threats To Watch In 2020
CRN spoke with experts at Avast, Avira, Bitdefender and Sophos to get the lowdown on how threats like sideloading, stalkerware, fake subscription services and Hiddad are putting Android users in harm's way.
8 Types Of Ransomware Attacks You Need To Know About
Here's a look at how everything from database encryption to geofencing and stealer malware to Ransomware-as-a-Service platforms have led to new and emerging types of ransomware attacks.
8 Fastest-Growing Types Of Cybercrime To Guard Against
Here's a look at eight of the most threatening types of cybercrime from botnets to cryptojacking to ransomware identified by threat researchers and technical leaders at Kaspersky, Panda Security, and Symantec.
8 DDoS Attack Trends To Watch For In 2020
CRN asks technical and research experts at A10 Networks, Akamai, and Radware about new and emerging threats in the DDoS space and what businesses need to do to ensure their survival.
6 Most Dangerous Types Of Phishing Emails And Scams In 2019
CRN asks threat researchers at Imperva, Malwarebytes and Webroot which types of phishing emails and scams they believe are creating the most chaos for businesses this year.