Published annually by Cyber Defense Magazine, this resource shares a wealth of information to help you stay one step ahead of the next cyber threat.
It’s now projected that there will be some 2 million new jobs created in the cyber security industry over the next 3-5 years. Indeed, some reports even project greater growth than that. In any case, what’s clear is that the threats of cyberattacks are not going away; if anything, they will grow in intensity and pervasiveness as the potential payoffs get richer. Although the three principal reasons for cyber criminals to operate remain the same, their relative growth may become skewed toward financial and political gain. Only the thrill-seekers with little to gain other than some warped sense of power appear to have leveled off. Rich targets of financial assets in the billions have come into play with the proliferation of cryptocurrencies and exchanges. The use of cyber means to penetrate and influence political processes is only beginning to be fully investigated. The challenges for the defenders of cyber integrity continue to grow.