Combatting Cybercrime

Combatting Cybercrime

What's a major challenge with combating cybercrime in 2020 and beyond?

Attackers launching a greater number of less-than-obvious attacks. This was the message delivered by Andy Bates of the Global Cyber Alliance at ISMG's London Cybersecurity Summit this past October.

"We think that one of the trends going forward into the future is that a larger number of smaller-value crimes will go below the radar and therefor avoid detection by law enforcement," Bates said.

Also in London, we discussed digital transformation with Stephen Owen, CISO at Bourne Leisure Group - who's now leading his third such initiative. His biggest lesson learned? "It's not about tooling; it's about the people, and it's bringing those people along the journey and getting them educated that this is the new paradigm shift."

Bates and Owen were two of our featured speakers at this year's London event. Their sessions and others are featured in this edition of CyberEd Magazine.

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