ISF Annual Threat Update: Emerging Threats for 2022

Presented by

Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF

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We are now living in the era of ‘Business as unusual’. The impacts of COVID-19, remote working and the increase of Ransomware attacks continue to be felt worldwide and across all industry sectors – with no signs of them disappearing any time soon. As the business becomes increasingly reliant on the Chief Security Office and security function to protect the business and maintain competitive advantage - how do they equip themselves to manage this maelstrom of disruption and threats? On Wednesday 26th January, 13.00 GMT, join Steve Durbin, Chief Executive, ISF for our annual emerging threats webinar, exploring key information security threats to look out for in 2022 and how you can prepare for them. Throughout this webinar, Steve will explore the following threats: • Ransomware and AI combine to industrialise high-impact attacks • Supply Chain security under pressure • Isolationism creates a security disconnect in global operations.

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