Top 5 Cybersecurity Trends to Keep an Eye on in 2023

Even before the start of the pandemic, cyber crime threats have loomed over us. Now more than ever businesses must be prepared for ransomware and malware attacks to their databases. Security expert Mahima Jaiswal, shares an article on Security Boulevard forecasting the top 5 cybersecurity trends to look out for in 2023.

  1. Internet of Things & Cloud Security. “As more and more businesses continue to incorporate cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, the need for proper security measures is increasingly essential.
  2. Increased Popularity of SaaS security solutions. “SaaS (software as a service) security solutions offer the advantage of quickly scaling up or down, depending on demand, and cost savings compared to traditional on-premise solutions. These solutions are also well suited for tackling remote or distributed teams, where many business components might operate in different parts of the world.”
  3. More Security for Remote & Hybrid Workers. “Cyber security must evolve to meet these new demands as the world continues shifting towards remote and hybrid working models. With increased reliance on technology and access to sensitive data, organizations need to ensure that their systems are secure and their employees are equipped to protect against cyber threats.”
  4. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). “AI and ML allow for the automated detection of threats and improved security processes, making them a powerful tools in the fight against cyber-attacks. With the advances in these technologies, organizations can leverage AI and ML to detect and prevent threats proactively.”
  5. Building a Security-aware Culture. “Security can no longer be addressed as an afterthought or through a one-time project. It needs to be a core value of the organization and be embedded into every aspect of its operations. This means that everyone in the organization needs to be aware of and knowledgeable about cybersecurity trends and how to protect their data.”

Jaiswal concludes as technology continues to evolve, cybersecurity threats and trends will also change. Businesses must stay ahead of the curve by keeping track of these trends and being prepared for any and all threats.


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