The ISF’s annual Threat Horizon reports predict the top cybersecurity threats that will emerge in the forthcoming years.

Using the ISF Threat Radar tool (the Radar), our consultants will work alongside you and your team to navigate through future threats, identifying those most pertinent to your organisation, and build a customised cybersecurity strategy accordingly.

The approach is comprised of four phases that can be repeated over several years for a more updated outlook on the threatscape. Key activities include; identifying the influence of PESTLE (political, economic, social, technological, legal, environmental) factors on the business, delivering and analysing the outcome of threat profiling workshops, validating the Threat Horizon initiative amongst stakeholders and staff, and lastly, conducting final reviews and integrating the deliverable within the business.

ISF consultants can help you to:

  • provide sound context for effective information risk management activities to protect and enhance your business
  • deliver recommendations associated with each threat to enable you to create your own cyber resilience strategy and plan
  • enable validation of, and help shape, your cyber security strategy
  • develop a process to be repeated annually for a customised Threat Horizon with a 2–3 year outlook

Executive Summary

Threat Horizon

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