2016: Smarter Bad Guys, Better-Armed Good Guys

Tis the season for cybersecurity predictions, and here’s the latest: Offensive and defensive measures will start to be used together, as technology advancements like machine learning make new approaches possible. And this will evolve even as cybercrime becomes smarter and more sophisticated. According to Richard Greene, CEO, Seculert, prediction will emerge as the new holy grail of security. Up until 2014, the cybersecurity industry considered prevention to be their sole objective. Sophisticated enterprises then began to complement their prevention strategies with detection technologies to get the visibility on their infrastructure they lacked. In 2016, prevention will emerge as a new priority with machine learning becoming a key tool for organizations that want to anticipate where hackers will strike, he said. This will come against the backdrop of adversaries getting smarter.…


Link to Full Article: 2016: Smarter Bad Guys, Better-Armed Good Guys