Threat Horizon 2022: Digital and physical worlds collide
The digital and physical worlds are on an irreversible collision course. By 2022, organisations will be plunged into crisis as ruthless attackers exploit weaknesses in immature technologies and take advantage of an unprepared workforce. At the same time, natural forces will ravage infrastructure.
Organisations will be unable to disentangle the digital from physical and will be forced to respond to a growing blend of threats from new technologies, people and nature. Whilst the prospects of commercial success will be enticing, this hybrid world will bring with it increasing dangers that have devastating consequences for businesses, employees and consumers alike. When digital and physical worlds collide, only organisations that take decisive action will prosper.
Threat Horizon 2022 presents nine potential threats across three themes driven by global events and major developments. The executive summary is written for business leaders and offers a concise overview of the report findings.
The value of the ISF Threat Horizon series lies in discussing upcoming scenarios, planning for those scenarios and, most importantly, engaging cross-organization teams in discussing the response playbook.Steve Durbin
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Threat Horizon 2023: Security at a tipping point
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Threat Horizon Workshop
A workshop-based engagement to challenge your organisation’s readiness to manage potential threat scenarios.