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Report: The Cybersecurity Dive Outlook on 2023

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Some things are certain in cybersecurity: Ransomware attacks will occur; expert jobs will remain vacant; and CVEs will go unpatched.

The industry can expect more of the same in 2023, but market uncertainty could reshape the vendor landscape too. As Digital Shadows CISO Rick Holland puts it, “yesterday’s cool new vendor could be tomorrow’s fire sale.”

This market upheaval could spell trouble for companies purchasing security services, requiring more due diligence than ever before. Keep in mind, corporate budget tightening is hitting security too, making CISO jobs that much harder.

It’s not all bad news. There’s far more attention on cybersecurity than ever before, which has improved cross-sector information sharing and spurred regulatory attention. While compliance can prove cumbersome, it could help raise baseline cybersecurity standards and strengthen defenses.

Take a look at what Cybersecurity Dive expects from the sector in 2023.

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