Keynote Session: Cybersecurity 2021: Threats, Challenges and Strategies for the Middle East Enterprises
COVID-19 has resulted in increased digitization across sectors, with the enterprise cybersecurity leaders suddenly finding themselves tasked with securing a new hybrid workforce and defending their largest-ever attack surface. The trend has led to data proliferation, and organizations struggle to handle the sheer volume of data in this new regime. What are the threats to watch and technologies to embrace during the pandemic and beyond, particularly when the abundance of valuable information has captured subversive elements' attention? At the same time, cybercriminals have breached networks and compromised millions of records, not only causing revenue losses but impacting brand reputation
The new information security model is open and fuzzy because the systems that we want to protect also must be open to the outside world. So we need a new security model and new cyber defenses that can help enterprises get "future-ready" to fight the "unknown, unknown" threats the remote workplace has ushered in.
This exclusive keynote session describes:
- Changing threat landscape and lessons from the pandemic;
- Key priorities for 2021 - identity, cloud, data protection, and regulations;
- A collaborative approach to building skills and techniques to achieve "future-proof" enterprise security.