If there’s one thing we learned from 2011, it’s that no one is exempt from attack.
Some of the largest data breaches in recent history made news last year, sparking data breach dialogue around the world. Quite possibly the largest data breach ever ignited fears of widespread spear phishing. Advanced Persistent Threat attacks penetrated a respected security organization. And social causes fueled a new wave of hacktivism that affected millions of individuals. All in all, if not the Year of the Data Breach, 2011 was certainly the Year of Data Breach Headlines.
So how do you transform large-scale lessons learned into best practices for 2012?
We believe that effectively navigating risk starts with a firm awareness of the lay of the cyber security landscape. And that’s where these trends come in. Here, you’ll find the top ten areas to keep on your cyber security radar as you set out to mitigate risk in 2012, including:
- Mobile device security
- Social media
- Cloud computing services
- Incident preparedness and response
- Regulatory compliance
- International data breach notification laws
- And more…