Cybersecurity trends in 2023
The digital world keeps broadening as we migrate more and more to the Cloud, Private cloud, or go Hybrid. Next to that, the further rise of AI, deep fakes, and more could pose new threats to the digital security of both businesses and individuals.
This causes the scope of cybersecurity to exponentially increase, cybersecurity experts have more to manage, more to investigate, and more to prevent, while the shortage of talent in the industry becomes more apparent.
One of the best ways to improve cybersecurity is to implement a single platform that guards the whole digital landscape of an organization. A platform that provides actionable analytics, speed, scalability, and cloud-native by design, amongst other characteristics
XDR is the driving force behind modern Cybersecurity investments
Extended detection response, is a suite of products, like EDR, SIEM, NDR, and MDR that all integrate into one product from a single vendor. A hybrid XDR implements – mostly because of legacy –. multiple security vendors.
A good implementation of XDR it will make the Cybersecurity team most effective.
While the NIS-1 regulations impacted only a small number of businesses and institutions, NIS-2 will cover many more sectors. The exact specifications are yet to be defined and depend on the nations themselves. But given the limited availability of cybersecurity specialists, it is highly recommended not to wait until 2025 to make your organization more cybersecure.
We’ll keep you informed on the regulations and recommendations as soon as they are available and confirmed.
- Detection of malicious user behavior
- Finding unknown and advanced threats
- Improving productivity
- Adapting future threat scenarios
- Supplementing or replacing existing SIEM & analytics to 2023 cybersecurity needs.
- NIS2 regulations will have a big impact on the cybersecurity of European businesses.
This report and the numbers are extracted from the Cybersecurity trends in 2023: Modernizing security operations webinar organized by Elastic