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FireEye: Threats Targeting the Aviation Industry will grow in 2019  

FireEye released its 2019 cyber security predictions report, “Facing Forward: Cyber ​​Security in 2019 and Beyond.” This year’s report includes a top-down view of the cyber security industry by FireEye senior leaders, including CEO Kevin Mandia, in addition to research-based insights from experts from the FireEye iSIGHT Intelligence, Mandiant Consulting, and FireEye Labs teams. The IT and threat landscapes will continue to evolve in 2019, and this report is a look forward at what the cyber security industry needs to address and get right to stay ahead of the adversaries.

“We expect 2019 to arrive with ample new and existing challenges for Indian enterprises, from misuse of the social media to security vulnerabilities in the cloud,” said Shrikant Shitole, senior director and country head for India at FireEye. While more Indian enterprises are recognizing the threat that cyber attacks can pose to their organization and bottom-line, many are not sure about the extent to which they need to be covered.

Shitole continued: “In 2019, we expect to see board level executives taking a significantly increased role in cyber risk management and threat hunting initiatives. We also hope Indian organizations will consider investing in enhancing their existing capabilities and accelerating the adoption of technology, intelligence and expertise necessary to move up in the cyber security maturity curve and go beyond SOC operations.”

Top discussion points from the FireEye 2019 cyber security predictions report include –

  • Threats Targeting the Aviation Industry
  • The Restructuring of Chinese Cyber Espionage
  • Attackers Eyeing the Cloud
  • Supply Chain as a Weakness
  • Cyber Capabilities of Nation States
  • The Rise in Breaches Due to Lack of Attribution and Accountability
  • The Widening Skills Gap and Lack of Trained Experts to Fill Security Roles

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