Predictions for Cybersecurity 2020!

We compiled thoughts of some of the smartest people in cyber security and education on what they think is coming in the next 12 months. Here’s what they had to say
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Computer science will remain hard

There are two hard things in computer science -- cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors.

Jeff Atwood Author, Coding Horror

humor

Threat Hunting really will be driven by ML

Bit of a cliché but ML will no longer be something that you just buy. Tools & techniques that were previously the domain of data science experts are getting easier to use. Won’t be long before larger SOC teams are using the tools directly rather than via models that are embedded in products.

The Statesman Premiere News Agency

machine-learning

Attacks on APIs will increase in 2020

With connected devices today's IOT landscape becoming ubiquitous, companies need to be monitoring a broader attack surface area.

Jonathan Divincenzo VP Product, Signal Sciences

IoT

US IoT companies will be penalized for data and security violations

US based IoT vendors that sell in California but rely on foreign whitelabel IoT hardware and cloud services will increasingly be financially punshied for data and security violations under CCPA

Tod Beardsley Director of Research at Rapid7

IoT

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