ISF Annual Threat Update: Emerging threats for 2023
Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF
About this talk
As 2022 comes to a close, we find ourselves faced with as challenging a landscape as ever: a global cost of living crisis spiralling out of control, tensions disturbingly rising between nation states, and a seemingly unsurmountable climate emergency.
Amongst all of this macro-economic, geopolitical, social and environmental change, our global dependence on technology is being exposed day by day. Organisations and governments are struggling to keep pace with threat actors, and citizens’ privacy, public service delivery and critical national infrastructure are all at risk.
To prepare leaders to step up to the challenge and guide their organisations back from tipping point, Chief Executive of the ISF Steve Durbin will be taking to the stage once again for our annual Emerging Threats webinar.
Join us on Wednesday 7th December 2022 at 14:00 GMT/09:00 EST for insight into the key information security threats to look out for in 2023, and guidance on how you can prepare against them.
Throughout this webinar, Steve will explore the following threats:
• continued growth of cyber attacks - the rise of ransomware as a service and the cyber mercenary
• the poisoning of the data well - data manipulation compromising the accuracy and credibility of information, damaging the integrity of decision making
• the world of the never normal - the constantly shifting security, regulatory and ethical landscape in which we all need to operate.