Monday 6 December 2021, 11am-12noon (GMT)
‘Predictions’ might pack more punch, but in cybersecurity, ‘forecasting’ is arguably more appropriate. This is because our expectations of the future can and should be based on the trends we see now.
In cybersecurity, expectations are critical. There will always be a level of uncertainty in the cyber realm, with attackers regularly changing their tactics, techniques, and procedures to evade detection. This session aims to help reduce this gap by sharing informed, evidence-backed learnings from Mandiant.
Learn more about our 2022 forecasts, including:
- The growing role of outsourcing and contractors in malicious operations.
- How emerging geopolitical trends will play out through cyber operations, including recent developments in Afghanistan.
- The increasing frequency and expanding tactics linked to ransomware campaigns.
Guest chaired by
Stuart Frost BEM (info), Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)
Dr Jamie Collier (info), Cyber Threat Intelligence Consultant, Mandiant