Trends driving cyber security in 2024 | Computer Weekly
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The threat landscape is evolving with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and increased targeting of critical national infrastructure. The World Economic Forum's Global Risks report predicts that cyber insecurity will be a top risk in the next two years. Hackers are already attacking common software and services to maximize their returns on investment.
The attack surface gets ever more complex with the increased adoption of cloud, AI - thanks to generative AI [GenAI], the IoT [internet of things] and connectivity. Hackers are already attacking concentrations of common software and services to leverage their returns on investment.
To prepare enterprises for increased cybersecurity risks, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) published a draft code of conduct. The code includes measures that ensure companies have detailed plans in place to respond to and recover from cyber incidents. This includes regularly testing response plans, maintaining secure software development, and having a formal system for reporting incidents.
In January, the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) published a draft code of conduct to help enterprises manage cyber security. The code includes measures that ensure companies have detailed plans in place to respond to and recover from any potential cyber incidents.
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