A rise in cyberattacks is a result of increased adoption of technology. It’s interesting to note that these new technologies are anticipated to lay the foundation for improved security. The next ten years could present new security difficulties due to advances in quantum computing, pervasive networking, artificial intelligence (AI), and next-generation security management techniques. The previous ten years have seen a consistent rise in phishing, insider threats, company email compromise, understaffing in the cybersecurity field, and incorrectly configured code. Over time, the enterprise ecosystem’s data protection procedures have improved thanks to past attacks. To counteract contemporary cyberattacks, the mitigation and reaction strategy will continue to reboot itself as needed. Although providers of cyber security services now have an advantage thanks to technological advancement, the urgent priority is to revamp the established techniques.
Here are the leading cyber security firms which are focusing on threats that will emerge in 2023
Arete is transforming the way businesses and governments manage cyber risk through proven incident response, tech-enabled managed services, and powerful data insights. Working on the front lines of thousands of ransomware attacks and some of the largest nation-state attacks, their team combines hundreds of investigative, technical, and cyber risk management practitioners with best-in-class data and software engineers. They bring a relentless passion for innovation and a commitment to stopping cybercrime bring that same passion to positively impact the collective defense of businesses, governments, and infrastructure from cyber criminals and give back to the communities they serve.
Quick Heal Technologies Ltd. is a global cybersecurity solutions provider. Its products are designed to manage IT security better across a wide range of platforms and devices. Its solutions can be tailored to fit the needs of consumers, small companies, governmental organizations, and corporate houses. The brand has spent 27 years concentrating its R&D on a computer and network security solutions. Its current array of powerful machine learning-enabled solutions for cloud-based security thwarts threats, attacks, and malicious traffic before they happen.
Forescout delivers automated cybersecurity across the digital terrain. It is the only platform that provides complete coverage of the digital terrain by discovering, assessing and governing compliance of every connected device. Aimed at empowering their customers to achieve continuous alignment of security frameworks with their digital realities, across all asset types – IT, IoT, OT and IoMT, the company is on a non-stop journey, managing cyber risk through automation and data-powered insights.
Barracuda has been working towards making the world a safer place by delivering access to cloud-first, enterprise-grade security solutions that are easy to buy, deploy, and use. It protects email, networks, data, and applications with innovative solutions that grow and adapt to our customer’s journey. More than 200,000 organizations worldwide trust Barracuda, the company claims.
Noventiq (the brand name of Cyprus-registered Softline Holding plc) is a global solutions and services provider in digital transformation and cybersecurity, which has been headquartered and listed in London. The company enables, facilitates and accelerates digital transformation for its customers’ businesses, connecting 75,000+ organizations from all sectors with hundreds of best-in-class IT vendors alongside its own services and solutions.
SCS Tech specializes in creating and managing optimum security solutions that are in line with clients’ requirements. The organization strives to enhance network and system security through ongoing inspections, keeping in mind that cybersecurity is the cornerstone of any business. It believes that a company’s security posture must be considered from the outset and go beyond mere prevention. With this perspective, the company monitors detect and responds to security problems with 24/7 rapid response and remediation services.
The demands on an organization’s cybersecurity appear to increase yearly, whether it’s due to the never-ending list of compliance guidelines to follow or the growing volume of corporate data being produced. Keeping up with the most recent trends in cyberspace is the greatest method to ensure that the business’s defensive strategy is current. To reduce insider threats and zero-day attacks, businesses will also need to drastically boost the adoption of a cyber-security culture. Ultimately, 2023 will be confronted with a scalding brew of both old and new cyber threats emerging. The year ahead will present unique difficulties for everyone attempting to safeguard their data and maintain geopolitical stability.