Cyber threats are on the rise for critical infrastructure organizations

May 10, 2024
1 min read


  • Cybersecurity market set to be worth $290bn by 2027.
  • Recent cyberattacks on critical infrastructure organizations demonstrate the urgent need for secure networks.

In an interview with Verdict, Ross Brewer of Graylog highlights the increasing cyber threats to critical infrastructure organizations, such as healthcare, power, and telecommunications. With attacks becoming more financially and politically motivated, the need for digital hygiene and international collaboration is crucial to mitigate cybersecurity risks. The EU’s Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) and the Network and Information Security (NIS) 2 Directive are setting the standards for cybersecurity. Monitoring APIs, leveraging open-source communities, and using SIEM solutions like Graylog are essential in detecting and responding to threats. Cooperation between critical infrastructure organizations, intelligence agencies, and law enforcement on a global scale is necessary to combat cyber threats effectively.

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