“In this era, it is essential to safeguard sensitive data from malicious software, and we should not take dangerous third parties for granted. Given how swiftly data security threats are evolving, some of the most innovative cyberattacks will likely occur in 2023. Dos and IoT/OT attack vectors were crucial targets in 2022. Businesses are at significant risk from phishing since it's easy for unsuspecting employees to click on phoney emails and transmit the virus. As production and supply chains become increasingly interdependent, supply networks are stretched across greater distances and are more vulnerable to interruption. In addition, the pandemic's effects have impacted the manufacturing sector, making it a tempting target for hackers.
The pandemic has spotlighted organisations’ data protection and privacy security. However, there exists a severe shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals in India. According to ISACA’s State of Cybersecurity report in 2022, 40% of enterprises proclaim their cybersecurity team is understaffed, while 60% of companies have open cybersecurity positions in India.
India has always been a technology hub for the world. We have been doing a lot of cutting-edge cybersecurity workshops to raise awareness amongst enterprises. Opportunities for cybersecurity are always available since the latest technologies like IoT, AI, machine and deep learning, cloud encryption, embedded hardware authentication, 5G networks, behavioural analytics and quantum computing are growing exponentially. The government’s investment and contribution to technology have also added to the various opportunities in the cybersecurity world.”
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