In the next issue of Verdict Magazine, we’ll look into the growing cyberthreat landscape and the people doing their outmost to protect our digital infrastructures.
The threat from laptop-wielding larcenists has never been greater. In tandem with the rapid digitalisation of the world over the past three decades, cybercriminals have upped the ante when it comes to exploiting vulnerabilities in digital infrastructures. New names are added to the list of high profile victims every year. SolarWinds. Colonial Pipeline. JBS.
With the escalating war in Ukraine, cybersecurity experts are now weary that a new era of cyber war is coming.
Being on top of cybersecurity has become vital for C-suite executives in 2022. That is why Verdict’s next issue will be devoted to cybersecurity.
While you wait for all this and more in our next issue, you can get the latest technology insights, exclusives and developments from our daily news site or by following us on Twitter.
Editor | Eric Johansson
Writers | Eric Johansson, Lewis Page
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Publisher | Susanne Hauner
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