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Contributor I

Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

2 predictions for 2020:

 

1.  CCPA will drive everybody (consumers/retailers/corporations/etc) nuts.    Confusion will reign.

2.  The 2020 US election will be hacked.   Paper ballots will save us from chaos.    Or it'll be a Florida chad examination fiasco all over again.

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Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

> DHerrmann (Newcomer III) posted a new reply in Industry News on 01-02-2020 03:37

> @Caute-cautim - I recently used the term "radio" to describe WiFi.     The
> people I was talking with had no idea that WiFi was radio!

I weep for our generation ...

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Woe to you who long for the day of the Lord! Why do you long for
the day of the Lord? That day will be darkness, not light. It
will be as though a man fled from a lion only to meet a bear, as
though he entered his house and rested his hand on the wall only
to have a snake bite him. Will not the day of the Lord be
darkness, not light -- pitch dark, without a ray of brightness?
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Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

I think I can check off one or two predictions already ...


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Newcomer I

Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

Here are some risks summarised from the below article.
1. Insider threats
2. Phishing scams
3. Exposed DBs
4. Fatigued IT admins
5. Wrong C-Level priorities

In my humble opinion, #5 is the biggest issue.

https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2020/01/06/cyber-risks-2020/
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Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

In keeping this blog post top-of-mind, adding this recent article for "food for thought." https://securityboulevard.com/2020/01/10-cybersecurity-trends-in-2020-you-need-to-keep-an-eye-on/

 

Would love to get this thread updated with more insights/feedback and compile into a blog post authored by all of you before end of January, if possible.

 

Any other predictions for 2020?

 

Thanks! 

 

 

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Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

How about the vicious circle of buying cyber insurance to help with cyber attacks and then being attacked by ransomware creators because they know the cyber insurance will almost always advise to pay the ransom. Who then sell the fact that they got by paid by you to other ransomware creators so that you become a perpetual target?

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Re: How about an ISC2 Community Predictions for 2020?

> AndreaMoore (Community Manager) posted a new reply in Industry News on

>   Any other predictions for 2020?

Trebor the Magnificent peers into the mists of the future. The clouds (you should
pardon the expression) part. Trebor sees many, many, many industry
publications. Trebor sees many, many, many articles "predicting" various past
attacks based on opinion surveys (aka "pooling of ignorance").

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