2015: The cybersecurity threatscape for the year ahead

The cybersecurity outlook for 2015 was the subject of a webinar that I recorded last week, and which you can access below. Quite a few people who watched the presentation have requested copies of the slides. I have made these available on SlideShare. But I also thought it would be helpful to provide people with a link to the recorded webinar because it seems to be popular (it was rated 4.3/5.0 by more than 60 viewers). About 150 people watched it live, 400 more have watched the recording.

In the webinar I tried to answer this question: How is the cybersecurity threatscape changing and what do businesses need to know to protect themselves? Of course, there are many “looks ahead” at this time of year. I try to read as many as I can to help me I decide on the top items to cover. I also get input from my colleagues. However, I’m sure I missed some things. I wanted to say more about cloud. And also about cybercrime legislation. I don’t think I sounded optimistic about the prospects for legislative action in the U.S. in 2015, but then President Obama kicked things up a notch this week, and I am now more hopeful.

In any event, I hope you find this webinar helpful. Feel free to leave a comment if you think I missed important stuff, or if you think I got things wrong..

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Author Stephen Cobb, ESET

  • CO

    Time for government or media to publish lists of Hardware and software with security flaws and security concerns ! Every 90 days we should get publish lists !

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