Source: BayPay Forum
29 Nov 2017

Over the next year, five separate threats will have one major effect: the current rate of security breaches will increase and worsen. This is the view of the Information Security Forum (ISF), an international network of more than 10,000 security professionals.

The five primary threats to cyber security are the continuing evolution of crime-as-a-service; the effect of unmanaged IoT risk; the complexity of regulation; the supply chain; and a mismatch between Board expectation and Security capability.

Talking to SecurityWeek, ISF managing director Steve Durbin explained that the growing effect of crime-as-a-service is his own biggest concern. This, he suggested, is a result of the increasingly professional nature of organized cybercrime.

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