Cybersecurity Week 2018
The cybersecurity space is expected to grow rapidly over the next half-decade as the emergence of the Internet of Things and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has resulted in more devices being connected to the internet, making them susceptible to advanced persistent threats (APTs). Security needs associated with the increased deployment of web and cloud-based business applications is also driving adoption.
The market itself is poised for robust expansion, with cybersecurity sales expected to reach $231.94 billion in 2022, up from $137.85 billion in 2017, representing a compound annual growth rate of 11 percent, according to research firm MarketsandMarkets.
CRN's Cybersecurity Week will dive into the most dangerous varieties of malware businesses face today, taking a deeper look at the threat posed by cryptomining and the gravest Android security risks. Other works will examine the threat different types of DDoS attacks pose to organizations, and the keys to getting started with a risk management plan.
Risk management has often focused too narrowly on just the IT department, failing to account for risks associated with business processes in other areas. Here's a look at what every company needs to have in their plan.
Cryptomining activity has increased by 141 percent year-over-year thus far in 2018. Here's a look at ten of the biggest risks associated with cryptomining that companies are still failing to grasp.
Malware going after Android phones continues to proliferate as users spend more time on their mobile devices while the corporate controls for smartphones lag behind laptops. Here's a look at ten of the most significant threats.
CRN asks technical leaders at Microsoft, Malwarebytes and Lastline which types of malware they believe are creating the most chaos for businesses this year.
CRN asks technical experts at Netscout Arbor, Imperva, Cloudflare and SiteLock what the most threatening types of DDoS attacks today are and what businesses need to do to protect themselves.