In 2023, with the growth and improvement of various technologies, it is important to keep up with the latest cybersecurity trends. The thing is that your data is a couple of clicks away from a potential hacker.
If an organization cares about protecting information from any form of digital theft, it should learn more about cybersecurity practices.
What is cybersecurity’s role in a company?
This is a digital age, so providing security measures is crucial. A company must build the strategy that works best for its needs. There are key features of cybersecurity that help to avoid the consequences of attack attempts: prevention, detection, and quick response.
Prevention involves deploying secure and non-public software that updates regularly. Why? Hackers learn every day, and we do not want them to know all the details about the program we use. When choosing proprietary (enterprise) software, make sure that it provides decent access control.
Detection helps to recognize the threat, its behavior, and even the location of the attack performance. For example, MyChat corporate messenger record all connections to its server, and a team can learn about suspicious attempts by inspecting logs.
The quick response involves procedures for troubleshooting the issue, removing all malicious programs, accounts, etc.
What to expect from cybersecurity trends in the second half of 2023?
- Improving healthcare information privacy
The sector that deals with a healthcare system must be aware as it has become a target for hackers. The picture above displays that human health and social work are on the second place on the list of targets.
We recommend reading this post regarding secure collaboration in hospitals and other medical institutions.
- Learning to recognize AI cyberattacks
With all the deep fakes and GPT-like platforms, scammers have become more inventive. By using social media and emails attackers use modern technology to create deceptive images to copy someone or something in order to gain the trust of unaware people. Not all of us spend most of our time on the Internet. Organizations must warn such employees about various kinds of tricky threats.
- Paying attention to mobile devices
Mobile phones are still at risk mostly because of the applications you download. Despite all the strict rules and requirements developers go through to add their products to Stores, some still find a way to place their malicious applications that can send your personal data to third parties, get access to folders it shouldn’t, and even take control of a device. Before downloading, make sure you read about the vendor and developers. Check the reviews and find articles describing people’s experiences regarding the app.
2023 is bringing more digital wonders than ever, and we should stay aware and focused on protecting our data.