Evolving Your Security Strategy to the Challenges of 2022

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The cyber-threat landscape continued to evolve and expand in 2021, with attackers finding new vulnerabilities and ways to infiltrate organizations. There was also a significant rise in supply chain attacks in the past year, meaning 100s or even 1000s of organizations are at risk of being breached because of a security flaw in a single third party.

In this environment, security teams must shift to a risk-based approach, prioritizing the most important areas of their organization. They should also not be afraid to seek outside help, leveraging the growing number of highly skilled white hat hackers to discover unique types of vulnerabilities across their network.

In this session, an expert panel will discuss:

  • The evolving threat landscape and expected trends for 2022
  • The importance of adopting a risk-based approach
  • The growth of crowdsourced security and how it works


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James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Professor Kevin Curran

Senior IEEE Member and Professor of Cybersecurity, Ulster University.

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Andrew Pannell

head of cyber security, Bottlepay

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