Nation-State Security Trends Report 2019

An overview and predictions of cyber security influence and hacks

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Rebecca Wynn

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Heading into the 2020 U.S. presidential election pre-season, the U.S. government has been — and will continue to be — squarely focused on cyber security and defending against nation-state hacks and influence.

Especially on the heels of the recent government shutdown, the impact on the cyber security community was certainly felt. Democrats are already making election security a campaign issue for the next election pushing their Republication counterparts with the need to be more aggressive on their security stance as well. And so, when speaking on this topic you must first address the big four Nation-States: namely Russia, China, Iran and North Korea.

Download the full report for more on:

  • Regulatory overview including GDPR and CCPA.
  • Risk and threat predictions including malicious insiders, MSPs and cloud containers.
  • How to defend yourself and defend the enterprise.

“To put it all in perspective, the WEF2019 global risk report estimates that cyber attacks will do more damage ... than man-made environmental disasters and infectious disease, about the same amount of damage as ecosystem collapse, and just a little less than natural disasters and water crises in the coming year.” Read the full report and learn how to incorporate the best defense strategy for your needs.