2021 Cybersecurity Trends

We have seen an increase in ransomware attacks this year, and remote work, which is crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic, has been disrupted and weakened by attacks like these. Organizations switched to remote work very quickly which could have caused gaps in their cyber security, further allowing these attacks to take place. The security trends we should prepare for in 2021 have been studied by CSO online (CSO Online), and they have all been influenced by the pandemic and are projected to have a long-lasting impact.

Vulnerability Management
Keeping up with the influx of security vulnerabilities has become a priority for enterprise IT and security teams. Every system and device within a company can potentially have vulnerabilities, despite what is currently in place to prevent that. This includes all physical laptops, servers and other items, but also virtual platforms, cloud-based assets, mobile devices and more.
The rate that vulnerabilities have been exposed has accelerated in recent years. The “National Vulnerability Database”, shows that industry typically expected “5,000 to 7,000 common vulnerabilities” each year. However, in 2017 that number reached over 14,000 and in 2018 it moved past 16,000. These numbers are possibly underestimating the number of vulnerabilities in the world, but it is clear that this number is quickly accelerating.
Cloud Security Tips for Preventing Threats
The 2016 State of the Cloud Survey stated that 95% of respondents are using the cloud. Cloud computing continues to rapidly grow and evolve, but that means cloud security becomes more and more critical. IT managers will need to continue protecting themselves and their organizations, enable innovation, data access and flexibility. Here are some cloud security tips you can focus on to prevent cloud security threats in your organizations.

Non-Contact Rapid Temperature Detection Solutions
October is Non-Contact Rapid Temperature Detection Solutions month at ATS! This month we are focusing on temperature solutions to protect you and your office from the COVID-19 pandemic and from the upcoming flu season. These solutions will help you transition back to the office more smoothly, and will give truthful and accurate results. A lot of companies are relying on employees to self-assess their temperature, which can lead to inaccurate results and put the office at risk. The solutions we offer can avoid this, as well as offer some other security aspects.
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