Centrify, a leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has identified seven trends that will shape enterprise security in Australia and New Zealand during 2018.
Centrify Corporation Senior Director APAC Sales Niall King said the major data breach revelations that had marked the past year would continue in 2018 as organisations struggled to recognise that unmanaged trust was at the core of their cybersecurity vulnerability. “While during 2017, Uber and Equifax opted to hold off reporting their respective data breaches, this is not an option in Australia where mandatory data reporting legislation takes effect from February 2018,” he said.
Based on its industry research and deep dive discussions with customers, Centrify has identified seven trends that will impact cybersecurity during 2018.
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Centrify, the leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has warned that small security gaps risk increasingly large and frequent data breaches in the enterprise during 2018.
Centrify Senior Director APAC Sales Niall King said the problem was that corporate defences were failing to keep pace with evolving threats. “Developments such as Crime-as-a-Service and the Internet of Things are allowing bad guys to run rings around legacy defence systems,” he said.
“Cybercriminals are better organised and the tools they use are more easily available while the plethora of Internet-connected devices increases the attack surface of both homes and businesses. On top of that, the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) revealed that four out of five (81 per cent) of hacking-related breaches leverage either stolen and/or weak passwords.