Featured content provides extensive analysis of the cybersecurity ecosphere and how it will evolve throughout 2023
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#MA–SecurityWeek, a leading provider of cybersecurity news and information to global enterprises, has published Cyber Insights 2023, a series of in-depth features that examine major pain points in cybersecurity risk and remediation.
SecurityWeek liaised with more than 300 cybersecurity experts from over 100 organizations to gain insight into the major security issues of today – and how these issues might evolve.
The result is more than a dozen feature articles on subjects ranging from AI, quantum computing, supply chain security and attack surface management to venture capital, regulations, geopolitics and more.
“We believe this provides the single most extensive contemporary collection of cybersecurity problems and solutions for now, for 2023, and for the years that follow,” said Kevin Townsend, author of SecurityWeek’s Cyber Insights series.
Each individual feature is available via the links below:
Cyber Insights 2023 talks to the experts to see what is bubbling beneath the surface and examines how those evolving threats will present new and expanded risk for cybersecurity teams in 2023 and beyond.
The publication of Cyber Insights 2023 follows the release of SecurityWeek’s annual report on cybersecurity M&A activity for 2022, which showed that more than 450 cybersecurity-related mergers and acquisitions were announced in 2022.
SecurityWeek helps cybersecurity professionals do their jobs better by providing timely news, information, analysis and insights from experts in the trenches. Created by industry professionals and a seasoned news team, SecurityWeek produces actionable content and a portfolio of industry-leading events to help cybersecurity professionals around the globe defend their organizations from increasingly complex cyber threats. (www.securityweek.com)