2018 Cybersecurity Predictions

 

2018 Cybersecurity Predictions
Webinar

Watch our webinar recording where our specialists discuss Aon’s 2018 Cybersecurity Predictions in detail and provide steps companies can take to prepare for the security challenges we anticipate in 2018.

Topics include the impact of the Internet of Things on third-party risk, insider threats, the flourishing ransomware industry, the regulatory landscape, cyber insurance market dynamics, and more.

The following industry leaders discuss the major trends we identify in the report:

Edward-Stroz-Stroz-Friedberg
Edward M. Stroz
Co-President
Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company
rocco-grillo-stroz-friedberg
Rocco Grillo
Cyber Resilience Leader
Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company
CJ-Dietzman-Stroz-Friedberg
CJ Dietzman
Vice President, Security Advisory Practice Leader
Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company
Christian-Hoffman-Aon
Christian Hoffman
National Practice Leader, Professional Risk Solutions, Financial Services Group
Aon Risk Solutions

2018 Cybersecurity Predictions

  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    1
    Businesses adopt standalone cyber insurance policies as boards and executives wake up to cyber liability.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    2
    As the physical and cyber worlds collide, chief risk officers take center stage to manage cyber as an enterprise risk.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    3
    Regulatory spotlight widens and becomes more complex, provoking calls for harmonization. The EU holds global company to account over GDPR violation; big data aggregators come under scrutiny in the US.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    4
    Criminals look to attack businesses embracing the IoT, in particular targeting a small to mid-sized company providing services to a global organization.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    5
    As passwords continue to be hacked, and attackers circumvent physical biometrics, multi-factor authentication becomes more important than ever before.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    6
    Criminals will target transactions that use points as currency, spurring mainstream adoption of bug bounty programs.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    7
    Ransomware attackers get targeted; cryptocurrencies help ransomware industry flourish.
  • Regulatory pressures make red teaming the global gold standard with cybersecurity talent development recognized as a key challenge.
    8
    Insider risks plague organizations as they underestimate their critical vulnerability and liability, and major attacks continue to fly under the radar.

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