Looking ahead: the future of cyber security

Being hacked and having your data breached are no longer intangible “might happen” threats but blatant risks that organisations of all sizes are currently dealing with. In fact, there is hardly a week that goes by without the media reporting a cyber security event that has affected individuals, businesses and industry. Yet despite the prominence of the threat, many businesses are still at a loss when it comes to securing their operations from cyber criminals.

In this whitepaper we take a broader look at the cyber threat landscape, the future implications of big data, machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) on cyber crime, and what this could look like, as well as how businesses can keep their staff, data, customers and intellectual property safe.