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Cybersecurity in 2018: Drastic Measures for Drastic Times

Many of us were affected by the Equifax data breach, but those of us in the cybersecurity industry were shaken to our core. The fallout of this and other major cyberattacks over the last few years has yet to be fully realized, and the sheer scale of these breaches has caused many enterprise leaders in security to finally call for a complete rethink of their strategies going into the new year.

What will your focus be in 2018 for improving cybersecurity and security awareness? 2018 is going to bring major changes in security whether we like it or not, and we need to be ready to adapt. Preparing for the worst is quickly becoming a necessity, regardless of company size or industry, and biometrics are expected to play a critical role in the drastic measures that companies need to take.

Organizations in every industry can improve security by eliminating passwords for enhanced user authentication. In our webinar on December 7th, 2017, London Stock Exchange CISO Adrian Asher discusses his plans for the new year and what changes need to be made in every organization’s cybersecurity strategies.

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