2017 Cybersecurity Headlines in Review

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2017 has been a landmark year in cybersecurity for so many reasons: ransomware attacks that dominated global headlines, the continued debate over encryption backdoors, technology giants falling victim to phishing campaigns, a growing interest in machine learning and automation, and a countdown to the largest shake-up of data protection law in almost 20 years.

In this webinar, Infosecurity Magazine’s Michael Hill and Dan Raywood will be joined by guest speakers as they review the key trends of the year, their lasting impact and how these could influence what happens in 2018.

Key takeaways:

  • What were the cybersecurity trends that dominated the headlines, and was the right story told?
  • What were the trends that actually affected the user?
  • Which of 2017’s trends will make an impact on 2018?
  • Overall, has this been a good year for cybersecurity?


Jack Daniel

Strategist, Tenable

    Michael Hill

    Former Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

    Raef  Meeuwisse

    CISM, CISA, Author of Cybersecurity for Beginners

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