Cybersecurity Week 2022
Cybersecurity has become one of the hottest sectors within IT, with investors pumping billions of dollars into security startups in the hopes of producing the next big cybersecurity product.
Meanwhile, major vendors -- including Sophos, Palo Alto, Fortinet, Check Point and Crowdstrike -- keep expanding and hiring at a faster clip than the rest of the IT world.
Ultimately, all the investments and R&D and hirings are driven by hackers trying to break into systems to steal information, blackmail organizations or just wreak havoc with operations. The escalating number and severity of attacks has gotten the attention of the political establishment in America -- and new security-related laws and rules are being implemented seemingly every week.
CRN Cybersecurity Week 2022 will look at a number of issues, trends and products in this key technology sector.
10 Cybersecurity Threats That Should Be Top Of Mind For All Companies
From hybrid attacks to fake LinkedIn phishing emails, experts outline what they consider some of the major and emerging cybersecurity threats.
12 Cool Cybersecurity Products And Services In 2022
From Huntress’s EDR offering to the new Tenable One platform, cybersecurity companies, both big and small, are churning out new products to meet escalating demand.
10 Hot Cybersecurity Certifications In 2022
As the demand for skilled cybersecurity workers rises and evolves, so do certification offerings.
10 Hot Cyber Threat Intelligence Tools And Services In 2022
From Sophos’s ‘X-Ops’ To Blackcloak’s ‘Honeypot’ offering, firms are providing more proactive intelligence offerings to combat increasing cyberthreats.
Here Are 6 Hot Browser Security Startups In 2022
Some startups are developing new ‘enterprise browsers,’ which build upon open-source code, while others are adamantly anti-enterprise browsers, saying there’s no need to develop entirely new ones. CRN looks at what six hot startups are doing in the browser security space.