There are multiple megatrends that futurists cite which will influence and impact businesses, processes, and workplaces across the board in 2023 and ahead. People Matters gathers some top tech trends across various sectors.
Leaders should reconsider the way they build their cybersecurity teams, to include diverse workers with technical skills to meet the cyber challenges of today and tomorrow, say industry experts.
Adoption of zero trust, a secure access service edge, and extended detection and response technologies result in significant increases in resilient outcomes in cybersecurity, says a study by Cisco.
Cybersecurity is a key field for many organisations but, like many others, also facing a talent crunch. In an interaction with People Matters, thought leader Camellia Chan, the CEO and founder of X-PHY, a Flexxon brand, helps crack the code towards hiring and growing cybersecurity talent.
Cloud-based pathways and the internet of things are top areas of concern for cybersecurity in India, while globally, mobile devices are considered most unsecure.
To counter the threat, 46% of respondents believe the most effective measures is to train employees on how to recognise email threats.
Cybersecurity has become both a business and social imperative now and companies need to make its awareness, prevention, and practices a crucial part of their culture by ensuring that every person or entity connected to the organisation is cyber aware.