Cybersecurity Boom: 2024 Industrial Predictions

December 21, 2023
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As we transition from 2023, some industry experts have shared their predictions for industrial cybersecurity in the year 2024. Here are the key elements:

  • Regulatory changes, such as Digital Trust, will become more robust, driving the need for compliant cybersecurity solutions.
  • AI and machine learning will be used in both offensive and defensive cyber operations, leading to an AI-driven cybersecurity “arms race”.
  • Supply chain attacks will increase, making supply chain security a significant concern for organizations.
  • There will be an increased reliance on Zero Trust architectures, with organizations implementing identity-centric security models.
  • Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) industries will face sophisticated cyberattacks, and organizations need to focus on basic defenses like cyber security training and patch management.
  • AI can be both a transformative ally and a formidable foe in cybersecurity, requiring security teams to leverage AI as a defensive tool.
  • The corporate boardroom will be increasingly responsible for addressing cyber threats, with regulations mandating board responsibility in case of an attack.

Overall, the predictions highlight the importance of regulatory compliance, the evolving role of AI in cybersecurity, the need to secure supply chains, and the growing accountability of corporate boards in cyber defense.

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