This year is crucial as we expect the size, severity and complexity of cyber threats to continue to increase exponentially. Attacks will continue to evolve, forcing organizations to expand their focus and be flexible to withstand unexpected, high impact events. Some of the notable predictions include cyber criminals leveraging personally identifiable information (PII), trusted partner networks, hacktivism, ransomware for corporations, and many more.
Do you know the top 10 security predictions that may impact your growing organization this year?
Join Michael Sutton, CISO, Zscaler, Inc., for a comprehensive overview of what to expect in 2016, including:
The top 10 security predictions
How these key trends will impact your organization
Critical takeaways for a comprehensive security strategy
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Sutton has dedicated his career to conducting leading-edge security research, building world-class security teams and educating others on a variety of security topics. As CISO, Sutton heads Zscaler's Office of the CISO, a team engaging security executives at a peer level to drive best practices and facilitate industry wide collaboration on emerging security topics. The Office of the CISO is also responsible for providing subject matter expertise through speaking engagements, blogging and media collaboration.