Cybersecurity Week 2023
The breakneck pace of change in the world of cybersecurity has continued in 2023, just as the cyberthreats themselves have continued to evolve and intensify. For CRN’s Cybersecurity Week 2023, we’ve put together a series of articles tackling both the changing threat landscape as well as how security industry tools and trends are responding to the threats.
For instance, data from security vendors including SonicWall shows that ransomware overall has seen a decline, as some attackers switch to data theft and extortion-only attacks. At the same time, “the number of attacks still is staggering,” SonicWall CEO Bob VanKirk told CRN. Attackers are proving, once again, that “they will quickly pivot to where the opportunity is,” VanKirk said.
For Cybersecurity Week 2023, we’ll be focusing on increasingly critical areas including new hacker tactics, cloud security and cyber insurance. We’ll also be looking at what partners need to know about zero trust security. And to conclude the series, we’ll be analyzing the impacts of generative AI on cybersecurity from a number of different angles.
GenAI Is A Hit With Hackers. Here’s Why It Will ‘Benefit The Defense’ Even More.
While ChatGPT has made life easier for attackers, over the longer term it’s likely that generative AI ‘will benefit the defense more than it will the offense,’ a top cyberthreat expert tells CRN.
5 Cyber Insurance Trends To Watch Right Now
The pricing surge has slowed, but will it last? And what’s the deal with the ballooning questionnaires? Here’s what you need to know about how cybersecurity insurance is changing.
10 Big Things To Know About Zero Trust Security In 2023
It’s complicated and confusing, and the potential pitfalls are rampant. But many experts believe zero trust is also the key to fixing cybersecurity.
10 Hot New Cloud Security Tools In 2023
As cloud security threats surge, a broad array of new tools from both industry giants and fast-growing startups have been released in recent months.
10 Emerging Cybersecurity Threats And Hacker Tactics In 2023
The cyberthreat landscape continues to evolve, with attackers continuing to adopt new tactics in response to numerous factors — including the success of endpoint security tools.