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Top 10 Trends in Cybersecurity, 2019: User Experience and Machine Learning

Top 10 Trends in Cybersecurity, 2019: User Experience and Machine Learning

2019 will be the year CISOs focus on frictionless user experience, machine learning, and orchestration.

Boston, January 3, 2019 – In 2018, cybersecurity breaches largely included username and password leaks along with massive spills of consumers’ personally identifiable information, and they could have been prevented had the companies implemented multifactor authentication. But companies have been slow to adopt multifactor authentication solutions due to fears that increased security will come at the expense of increased friction for end users. And while maturity in machine learning and Bayesian inference made network and endpoint security controls smarter, chief information security officers perceived a lack of enterprise-readiness for machine-learning-powered solutions. But this has changed going into 2019. CISOs will be reducing user friction in authentication, improving the efficacy of their security controls through machine learning, and orchestrating and automating their responses to the growing number of security events and alarms in their environment.

This 20-page Impact Note contains two tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Cybersecurity service can download this report.

This report mentions AT&T, AIG, Anomali, Arcadia Data, AttackIQ, AXA XL, Ayehu, Barracuda Phishline, Beazley, BeyondTrust, BluVector, BMC Software, Brier & Thorn, BT, Capgemini, Centrify, Cequence Security, Chubb, Cofense, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), Cronus Cyber Technologies, CrowdStrike, CyberArk, Cyberbit, CyberSponse, Cybraics, CyCognito, CyFlare, Cylance, Cymulate, D3 Security, Darktrace, DearBytes, Delta Risk, Demisto, Device42, Dizzion, Duo, EclecticIQ, Endgame, ExtraHop, FireEye Invotas, Freshservice, Global Learning Systems, Google Bitium, Gophish, Hiscox, IBM, IBM Resilient, InfoSec Institute, Insuretrust, Jask, Kenna Security, KineticFuse, KnowBe4, Landesk, Lastline, Lloyds of London, LogRhythm, ManageEngine, Microsoft, Hexadite, Nationwide, NoPassword, Okta, OneLogin, Phish.AI, PhishingBox, Picus Security, Proofpoint, Pulseway, Rapid7 Komand, Redscan, SafeBreach, Samanage, Secureworks, Sennovate, SentinelOne, ServiceNow, SolarWinds, Solutionary, Splunk Phantom, Swimlane, Syncurity, SysAid, Terra Verde, The Hartford, Threatcare, ThreatConnect, ThreatMetrix, ThreatQuotient, Thycotic, Travelers, Trusona, Trustwave, Vectra, Verizon, Verodin, and XM Cyber.