2023 ushered in a new era of regulatory scrutiny for the cybersecurity industry, and executives, analysts and government officials are preparing for uncertainty as it all plays out in 2024.
The Securities and Exchange Commission enacted rules that public companies have to disclose material security incidents. But what’s “material” is, for now, subject to interpretation and executives have to tiptoe around how to best detail security incidents.
Those disclosure mandates are coming to fore as ransomware attacks take on a new intensity and threat actors put critical infrastructure in their crosshairs.
Cybersecurity Dive outlined what industry stakeholders expect this year, from pushes for secure by design to prime targets. Have a trend you’re seeing play out? Send us a tip.