Are you ready for the future of cyber security? This month is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and in collaboration with the European cybersecurity. We wanted to see some expectations for the future of the cybersecurity market. The Internet is always evolving and you, as a business or consumer, are ready to adapt to the new technologies, regulations, and strategies. That will help you develop a safer and more secure Internet. We spoke with some of the most knowledgeable people in GlobalSign. The Future Of Cyberspace: Predictions From GlobalSign. Who asked what the future holds for cybercity. Can you say whether these predictions are true or not?
Paul von Browershaven – Director of Technology Solutions
Recent improvements to the new cipher and the implementation of HTTP2 and TLS 1.3. These have made security more attractive to site owners than ever before, in addition to security. It also brings performance, leading to better search results, advertising and sales revenue. The Future Of Cyberspace: Predictions From GlobalSign.
The browser strives for security by alerting users about unencrypted content. Which makes users more aware of security. This makes HTTP connections on the Internet the standard and non-encrypted (http) connections will slowly disappear.
In contrast, email, mobile apps and IoT include,
Communication is very hidden from end users .And it is still difficult to verify the authenticity, integrity and security of communications in Cyberspace . I ulate that we see more large-scale security incidents in IoT. Where industrial processes, cars or homes are at risk . As there is an investigation into the lack of encryption, authentication and integrity.
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By default encryption I see as a good thing. While I’m concerned that governments are concerned about their ability . To monitor the Internet for the ‘fight against terrorism’, these concerns may prompt them to enact new legislation that affects our privacy. But most importantly make it impossible for the government to guarantee that your data is accessible . Or that the data has not been modified (malware added) .
Zachary Short – Principal Software Architect For CyberSpace
AI and machine learning play a growing role in advancing cybercity.
Like your own immune system, instead of built on purpose, defense becomes more biological and autonomous. Security is constantly evolving in a constantly changing cyber environment.
A consistent training and optimization system will not only identify new threats but also allow them to respond to them.
The detection of disorder in particular is becoming more widespread and IoT ecosystems are relying on it as a line of defense to rely on data from peers.
Algorithms that process sensor data do not rely on a single sensor node, but “see” surrounding nodes for consensus – sensor fusion, strength in numbers and repetitive power.
Disorder has already been detected to detect counterfeit credit card transactions and machine learning algorithms are being developed to better identify spam and malware.
Nisarg Desai – Product Manager IoT CyberSpace
While consumers are in the IoT news, the true value of IoT lies in its use in the industrial sector. There, the complex nature of the assets and the poor security make rapid adoption of a variety of security solutions.
Governing bodies, forward-thinking firms, as well as the more educated customer-base achieve a basic level of security in every IoT product or service. Over time, security becomes a necessity and thus a muted part of every solution – after all, the most important assets of any IoT system are humans.
Traditional IT endpoints in Cyberspace
Vectors currently targeting traditional IT endpoints are re-engineered to point towards OT assets. This leads to the political amalgamation of power centers in the organizational structure and eventually merges several IT and OT functions into one. It will go further in the implementation of integrated solutions that focus on protecting the value of the property.
We will ignore the threat posed by the use cases of new technology and also examine the novel uses of existing technology. Security is built-in and implemented at the platform or ecosystem level, as well as promoting everything it touches.
Simon Wood – Chief Technology Officer
Today we are experiencing an unprecedented change rate, open use of computing power, differences, increased efficiency, reduced response time and unheard of transaction rates. We created a perfect storm.
As long as these advances in security are dictated, they are the weak link in the chain when it comes to security.