The Cyber Threat Landscape Beyond the Pandemic

The impact of the pandemic and the rapid acceleration of digital initiatives in a short time resulted in an increase in the attack surface. It forced nations and business to control and manage disruptions at all levels. As security and risk management leaders handle the recovery and renewal phases from the past three years; The evolving threat landscape provided no rest for the weary. In the face of massive disruption brought about by the COVID-driven social, economic and technological shifts of 2020,  Read more……

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