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01.01.22 | By Jason Floyd
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Five Cybersecurity Trends for 2022

Ascent CTO, Jason Floyd, walks through his top five trends for cybersecurity in 2022. Looking forward to 2022, he believes adaptive security teams will be an essential component of fighting a diverse threat landscape.

In this white paper, Floyd details:

  • IT team reorganization under the Zero Trust framework
  • Risk documentation as the foundation of a good security team
  • Software development skills as tech-literacy
  • SOAR software as the method of refinement and elevation for SIEM process and tactics
  • SASE as the definition for network security investments

Read Ascent’s perspective on Zero Trust, the future of SecDevOps, and coding as a service.

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