Companies are beginning to realize that the location of their employees and the devices they use are not as important as they used to be. The work culture will be more about what you do and not where you do it. In 2023, a hybrid world begins to develop where the barriers of the digital and real world will disappear. With flexibility being a priority for businesses and ordinary users, they face the challenge of user security and privacy as they easily change their location with multiple devices and networks and use different communication platforms. One of the most important trends that will dominate in 2023 is political or social attacks and state-sponsored cyberattacks. Political attacks can quickly damage businesses, industries, and economies, as well as cause unrest in a region.
The cloud platform and the Zero Trust method are the perfect combination to increase the security of access to every user and device, regardless of their local location. In 2023, this cybersecurity method will be actively implemented.
Clive Harby said in 2006 that this data is the new oil, but it is now routinely shared by vendors, customers and businesses. Zero Trust’s main goal is to protect this strategic asset from falling into the wrong hands.
As the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning evolve, we’re seeing new cybersecurity solutions emerge more often and help identify and respond to threats in real time. Such technologies will help organizations find and avoid attacks. Many expect technology to facilitate faster and more accurate responses to possible threats as the threat landscape evolves.
The emergence of quantum-type computers also indicates that the vulnerability of traditional forms of encryption is increasing. As a result, researchers have developed new quantum-resistant forms of security that can protect advanced computing systems. These new technologies will be crucial to securing sensitive information and methods over the coming years.
Companies, too, are beginning to view blockchain as something more than cryptocurrency. Blockchain is expected to be used to create new, innovative solutions to protect cyberspace. For example, blockchain systems can provide more secure verification of a user’s identity, and blockchain-based data stores can help protect against data leakage.
As the threat continues to grow, government and regulators are setting requirements for organizations to create appropriate cyber defenses. In 2023, expect an increased focus on cybersecurity regulation and compliance and the implementation of new requirements and guidelines to help organizations protect their system data.
As more and more devices connect to the Internet, IoT devices are becoming a serious problem. As a result, new technology is being developed to protect IoT devices from manipulation. This will be especially important in healthcare, where the security of medical devices is important.
In 2023, cyber threats will emerge in a new world, and many companies will actively use the latest technology to provide cyber protection. As a result, it is safe to assume that this trend and development will play an important role in strengthening information security in general.