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Cybersecurity systems protect networks and data from digital attacks. Cyberattacks aim to access, change, steal and destroy important information. With effective cyber security, the risk of cyber-attacks is reduced and measures are taken against unauthorized use of systems, networks and technologies.
The rapid transformation that takes place in the digital world also brings innovations. In today’s world, where new generation technologies shape our lives, the importance of information and data is increasing day by day.
The rapid development of digital technologies radically changes the definitions and concepts of security as well as economic and social life. With the pandemic, the realization of digital transformation has accelerated and the use of digital technologies has become widespread in all areas. In the new normal, various applications such as distance education, working from home, shopping via digital platforms, remote subscription, distance contracts, cloud use have become an indispensable part of our lives. However, these applications have caused both the expansion of attack surfaces and the development of attack methods, and new cyber security risks have emerged.
On the other hand, as a result of the use of artificial intelligence technologies such as machine learning and deep learning for both cyber-attack and cyber defense; backdoors are automatically found and attacks can be carried out, anomalies on the network can be detected, with the rapid analysis of the collected cyber intelligence data, proactive cyber security measures can be taken cost-effectively.
The Future of Cyber Security
Cybersecurity has existed since the creation of the first computer virus in 1971. Understanding what the future of cybersecurity is will show you how to make the best use of your resources and stay safe not only today but also tomorrow. However, the future of cybersecurity is difficult to predict because the industry is constantly evolving in response to the changing behavior of cybercriminals and the new attacks they develop.
Cybersecurity is a key component of technology, with a market worth almost $250 billion today. Similar to the general tech industry, cybersecurity has a market in almost every industry. As more company information is stored online, there is a greater demand for cybersecurity solutions to keep that information secure.
In previous years, major leaks and attacks have cost companies the loss of their customers’ information and reputation. Moreover, it can cost consumers their sense of security, security and, in the worst cases, stability in their lives. Leaked information is valuable because hackers can use it to steal money and sensitive information from people.
Technology is now used daily all over the world in devices that no one thinks are IT, such as phones and sound systems. Therefore, the future of IT security is not just about protecting traditional IT equipment such as laptops, desktops, servers and networks. Cybersecurity is vital to protecting our data and information.
Similar to the ever-changing future of technology, the future of cybersecurity is virtually unpredictable. Along with new requirements for companies to protect consumer and employee information, new security methods may emerge.
There are 3 key points in the future of cyber security. These; cloud technologies (cloud computing), Web 3.0 and artificial intelligence can be expressed.
Cloud Technologies (Cloud Computing)
About 92% of institutions use multi-cloud computing, and 83% use hybrid cloud computing. The biggest disadvantage of this type of usage is the problems and difficulties experienced in ensuring harmony and coordination among the related services. It is very important for institutions to strengthen their IT infrastructures and increase their ability to be monitored around users, applications and security. And also; cloud security is the responsibility of the institution that integrates the cloud service. This situation also affects the security risk of some functions that companies have entrusted to cloud technology. For this reason, it is expected that security infrastructures in cloud technologies will gain great importance in the near future and serious investments will be made by related companies in this field. At the same time, it is evaluated that there will be a serious increase in the use of cloud technologies in the near future.
This internet network is also called semantic network. Agents in Web 1.0 were servers. Servers were needed to interact with someone. In Web 2.0, these servers have been replaced by platforms and it has become possible to communicate only by registration. Web 3.0 aims to enable a decentralized connection without any intermediaries.
As a natural consequence of this, cyber security in WEB 3.0 technology will be dependent on different technologies, unlike the old system. In this context, cybersecurity will not only be about the security of data, but also about privacy, privacy, authentication and authorization. WEB 3.0 technology will bring with it the redesign and rethinking of security models. This will become an indispensable requirement for minimizing risks and increasing efficiency in data collection. Information infrastructure, user/identity and behavior should be handled holistically. It is considered that the focus here will be on the protection of individuals and personal data rather than data.
With the help of artificial intelligence, hackers can perform more complicated and difficult attacks to prevent. With the help of artificial intelligence, it is possible to identify and detect threats, make necessary preparations and increase the effectiveness of existing solutions. The most important contribution of artificial intelligence is the ability to process data quickly and with high accuracy. Besides these; the contribution and importance of artificial intelligence in biometric authentication is increasing day by day.
Important innovations and developments regarding cyber security are expected in all three areas. As a natural consequence of this, institutions have to adapt their cyber security infrastructure to these changes. As a result, an in-depth cybersecurity defense strategy will not go away. Multiple technologies and processes will be implemented to help organizations completely reduce the risk of cyber-attacks and ensure that these threats are minimized.