2018 was an important year for cybersecurity and privacy. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CaCPA) passed amid a flurry of high-profile cyber attacks.
While some organizations have prioritized compliance with the aforementioned regulations to prevent further damage and secure their reputations, others have simply treated them as suggestions for best practice, and have not yet implemented comprehensive processes and infrastructure to thwart cyber attacks and data breaches.
Such a broad discrepancy in how companies are tackling their cybersecurity and data protection efforts begs the question: What will happen next year?
In this webinar, we’ll discuss cybersecurity trends for 2019, with a focus on best practice recommendations as well as preventative measures that organizations can implement to protect themselves, their employees, and their customers from risk.
- Cyber attacks powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Data security risks associated with high-velocity employment (gig/share economy)
- GDPR, CaCPA, and other regulatory impacts on cybersecurity and compliance
- End-to-end integrations for identity proofing and authentication
- Security by Design and by Default