At 16ENISE trends which will define the near future will also be discussed.

  • New threats and business continuity: cybersecurity should be a priority for the industry, no matter the type of sector in which the business operates. The cost of suffering a cyberattack is becoming ever greater, which is why it is necessary to take measures in this respect, and have a clear cybersecurity strategy.
  • Corporate IT management and government: Digitalisation means that the IT department becomes more important in companies. IT government plays a key role in the development of strategies and in defining organisations’ aims.
  • Data protection and information assets: Information is one of the most important assets for a company and for this reason it should be well protected.
  • Cloud cyber security: cloud solutions off great advantages but for them to be safe, they should adopt a strong security model which helps cyberattacks to be anticipated.
  • Artificial Intelligence: the application of this technology in the field of cyber security with contribute to the digital transformation with safeguards.
  • IoT Security: applying IoT in companies presents new security, privacy and regulation compliance challenges.
  • Demand for talent in cybersecurity: the data from “Analysis and Diagnosis of talent in Cybersecurity in Spain”, carried out by INCIBE and ONTSI through ObservaCiber, shows that Spain has 149,774 people working in cyber security with estimated talent gap of 24,119 people.
  • Regulatory compliance: the GDPR has a huge influence on the global data protection requirements.

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