The Cybersecurity Threat Landscape in 2016

Cybersecurity Threat Landscape

Evolving technological advances drive the change of cyber threat landscape. Devices and applications are under development and appear on the market at more rapidly—and with those new technologies come new threats.

Not only companies and organizations—but individual users using laptops, tablets, and smartphones, who are novices in information security risks—must deal with potential cyber-attacks.

“Security is a journey, not a destination.”

Symantec CISO Patricia Titus

Hidden threats from social media sites are a continuing challenge, as social media becomes the primary source of connectivity for people around the world. More cross-platform sharing and integration will continue to make device and network security an evolving challenge at all levels.

It is essential to understand the multi-axial evolution of cyber-attacks. To combat evolving threats from a network’s core to end user devices, Fortinet recommends some advice to protect valuable assets inside the network, including:

  • Identify all legal requirements facing your specific business.
  • Ensure your data is protected, segmented and monitored.
  • Review your security posture on a regular basis.

*Source: Fortinet 2016 CTAP Threat Landscape Report

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One Response to “The Cybersecurity Threat Landscape in 2016”

  1. TechSherpas

    Thank you for sharing this post. It seems the internet is the modern day “Wild West” There are plenty of bad guys and not enough sheriffs in town. This post was most helpful

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