Top four predictions for cybersecurity in 2021 - Forrester

Nima Green
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Top four predictions for cybersecurity in 2021 - Forrester

From a top CISO being fired for ‘toxic security culture’ to what will cause a third of all breaches, Forrester analysts share their market predictions

Forrester today published its report outlining its top 2021 global cybersecurity market predictions. Channel Partner Insight has broken out Forrester's top four predictions for the channel to take heed of as businesses plan for next year. 33 per cent of data breaches will be caused by insider incidents A third of all data breaches will be own goals, according to Forrester analysis. That's up from an estimated figure of 25 per cent for this year. The continued prevalence of r...

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