Top 10 Trends in Cybersecurity, 2023: A Sea of Change for the Industry

The business of protecting information and assets must continue.

January 12, 2023 – As the economy transitions from post-COVID-19 to pre-recession conditions, a sea of change is washing over the cybersecurity industry. These changes will be good for some and not so good for others. Cybercriminals are becoming more advanced—hiding behind deepfake personas and targeting a gateway vector to the attack surface: application programming interfaces. Financial institutions have started to converge the domains of cybersecurity and fraud to get a leg up on attackers.

Clients of Aite-Novarica Group’s Cybersecurity service can download this report and the corresponding charts.

This report mentions Abnormal Security, Arkose Labs, Australian Securities Exchange, Automox Inc., Binance, Cequence Security, Code42 Software Inc., Cloudflare, Crunchbase, Cybereason, Cyber Research Database, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency,, eBay, eSentire, ESET, F5, ForgeRock, FTX, Google Cloud, Group-IB, iProov Limited, IronNet Cybersecurity, Kaspersky, Lacework, Mailchimp, Malwarebytes, Microsoft, Noname Security, Nord Security, Okta, OneTrust, Pentera, Perimeter81, Ping Identity, Poly Network, Radware, Reality Defender Inc., Ronan, RSA, Salesforce, Salt Security, Sensity, SME Finance Forum, Sophos, Thomas Bravo, Trend Micro, Twilio, Vista Equity Partners, and Wormhole.

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