Security is a major concern for businesses today. More and more customers are turning to digitization and as the network becomes integrated with all aspects of your business, the need for security control is high. We're seeing exponential growth in online devices - from 15B today to an expected 500B by 2030. Compute has become abundant and cost effective, whether it be on premise or in the cloud, and networks have become ubiquitous - it's hard to think of anywhere there's not a wired or wireless network. Today’s rapidly evolving business models reflect trends like mobility and BYOD, meaning the network perimeter has largely dissolved. A dissolved network perimeter causes a need for customers to figure out how they will digitize their businesses to remain competitive while maintaining their brand integrity, protecting their intellectual property, and safeguarding key customer and employee data.
In this age of digitization we are seeing increased opportunities for hackers. The primary players in industralized hacking are: