The past few years have seen a dramatic shift in how organizations protect themselves against attackers. The hybrid working model, fast-paced digitalization, and increased number of ransomware incidents have changed the security landscape, making CISOs’ jobs more complex than ever.
This convoluted environment requires a new mindset to defend, and things that might have held true in the past might no longer be useful. Can digital certificates’ expiration dates still be managed in a spreadsheet? Is encryption ‘magic dust’? And are humans actually the weakest link?
Security experts weigh in the 22 cybersecurity myths that we finally need to retire in 2022.
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