Top Cybersecurity ‘Things to Think About’ in 2024

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In 2024 cybersecurity will continue to be one of the most stressful aspects in business. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are some key trends shaping the cybersecurity landscape, and YES, we can help you understand, present multiple solutions, and even help implement any of these…

Growing IT Skills Gap

The demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals persists, requiring organizations to invest in training and development programs to address the skills gap. And there are companies that will manage all of these solutions as-if they were an employee of your company, for a fraction of what a salary might be.

IoT is Everywhere

The surge in Internet of Things (IoT) devices demands a focus on fortifying their security to prevent potential data breaches and privacy infringements.

Cloud Service Attacks

Despite the advantages of cloud migration, challenges like reduced visibility and compliance issues persist. Success lies in implementing a streamlined cloud governance model for enhanced security response capabilities.

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

MFA becomes non-negotiable, significantly reducing unauthorized access risks, emerging as a critical cybersecurity strategy component.

Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Are you confident that the user is who they say they are, and are where they say they are? Access to systems needs to extend beyond usernames and passwords. “Passwordless authentication” is a growing solution within all environments and creates less opportunity for bad actors to compromise accounts.


Ransomware threats become more sophisticated, emphasizing the importance of robust backup and recovery strategies and employee education on security measures.

Your Employees

Insider threats, whether intentional or unintentional, become a growing concern, prompting a focus on enhanced training, monitoring and detection capabilities.


Deepfake technology poses a rising threat, necessitating investments in detection tools and strategies, alongside awareness and education efforts.

AI and ML Integration

Anticipate increased integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in cybersecurity solutions, enhancing efficiency and enabling predictive analysis.
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