Last November 20th, our colleague Andrés Marín López gave a talk in a V-Valley webinar. This two-hour session was called “Nube: Principales amenazas de ciberseguridad y mejores prácticas de mitigación” and it was a tour of the risks faced by customers, and how to provide complete and effective cloud services.
Specifically, the most relevant technological aspects and underlying technologies of the main attack vectors that appear as a new trend in the cyber threat for 2023 were addressed:
– Increased car hacking: vehicle control or the use of microphones for spying.
– Boosting the use of Artificial Intelligence to develop malware attacks to circumvent the latest security protocols.
– Mobile is the target: increase in malware or attacks on mobile banking.
– Cloud vulnerable end-to-end.
– IoT networks LoRaWAN, and 5G. Decrypting radio frequency transmissions to sow chaos at sites using these enhancements.
– Automating and integrating cybersecurity into the software development process.
– State-sponsored cyber warfare.
– Camera-based malware is here. As cameras become more complex, the risk surface for new approaches that could lead to their exploitation expands.
– Exploitation of hackable e-waste. By 2023, it is to be expected that threat actors will
– The death of the personal password.
In this session, our colleague outlined the keys to launching a complete managed cybersecurity service catalog, and the advantages offered by the service provider model. All this from an overview of the underlying technologies to the key vendors’ strategies and everything you need to start doing business as a cloud cybersecurity service provider More info: https://academy.v-valley.es/interior/3533/proximawebcast