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Cybersecurity issues are becoming a day-to-day struggle for businesses. Trends show a huge increase in hacked and breached data from sources that are increasingly common in the workplace, like mobile and IoT devices.Cybersecurity is a hot topic for organizations across every industry. Securing networks, hardening systems, and protecting data from cyber threats has become more important than ever, as cyber incidents are on the rise, the consequences of it take longer to fix, and more companies are losing more money because of it. Today’s cyberattacks are changing – from the companies they choose to victimize, to the techniques used to carry them out, to the types of harm they wreak. Last year, there were an average of 145 security breaches – ones that infiltrated the companies’ core networks or enterprise systems – in each of the firms in the survey. That is 11 percent higher than the number of reported breaches in 2017, and fully 67 percent higher than five years ago. When talking about cyber security the trends leads to the following aspect, which covers, the: Utilization of data across the enterprise – As data is shared across an organization, it must be secured. One way to better understand data utilization and security is to apply analytics, data science, and predictive machine learning (ML) models. As a new crop of data science graduates move into security-related positions, this will spur industry recognition of how the application of data models can result in better, more effective security. Privacy with increased enforcement – Even with data breaches becoming more commonplace; we expect greater accountability to be a trend in 2019. What does accountability mean? It means holding those who lose PII responsible for the risks and consequences of their security decisions.. Vulnerability discovery continues to increase. Security assessments – The number of businesses that are required to provide some form of security assessment, audit report, or attestation will increase along with general cybersecurity awareness. Third-party security risks, compliance, and cybersecurity standards are all growing topics across business industries. Cyber warfare becomes a household term – Increase in the attacks on critical infrastructure as well as the individual. That data will be used for targeted attacks against individuals. We at Bhumi expertise and understand the cyber security industry and with the close association with the leading security vendor partners has empowered us to be the vital link in the technology value chain connecting customers in India and the world with latest security technology worldwide.

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