Check out our exhibition round up video as Abbey Long, Adam McCaig, Jamal Lawrence, Tom Butchers and Toby Noble from the Bytes Cyber Security Team speak with some of our key vendors during Infosecurity Europe 2023!
You can listen as the likes of Microsoft, CrowdStrike, Pentera, Darktrace, Rapid7, Exabeam, Illumio and Netskope unpack the latest discussion points and key takeaways in the Cyber Space.
Infosecurity Europe is a leading cyber security event for the information security community, taking place at ExCeL London every year - see you next year Infosecurity Europe!View the video here
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That’s a wrap for another year! To kick off a new week, the Bytes Cyber Security team take a look back at Infosecurity Europe Expo 2023.
The first half of this year has certainly been an interesting one in the world of security. For starters, the widespread introduction of AI in the form of ChatGPT, has certainly taken the world by storm, initiating a buzz, and in some cases, a little worry on what is to come.
What will the Cyber Security landscape look like in 2023/24? This is a key question that is often asked by our clients. To answer this question, I have selected the Top 3 focus areas I believe will dominate the Cyber Security space throughout the next 12 months.
Over the past three years, the world has gone through significant change. As a result, all businesses have had to rapidly adapt to become more dynamic and flexible. Most organisations have, or are in the process of, transitioning to hybrid working, with increasing number of users still being allowed to work remotely.
As humans our natural mindset establishes ‘Trust’ until proven otherwise. In recent years, we’ve been forced to shift this outlook by leading with a ‘Zero Trust’ approach – assuming all is ‘bad’ and until verification is complete. This change is not simply down to a shift in solutions and architecture, but an evolved approach to how we see security in general.
Extended Detection and Response is potentially the future cornerstone of a cyber defence strategy. This powerful approach to the detection of anomalous behaviour and corrective action has the potential to bring huge benefits to security teams.
We had some great feedback from some of our customers at our Zero Trust in 2023 event!
Take a look at this video to find out what our customers think of us and their relationship with Bytes.View the video here