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Quantum computing: A cybersecurity paradox, promising quantum-safe encryption while threatening classical security paradigms.
Quantum computing has the potential to significantly impact cybersecurity in the future. While quantum computing offers the promise of solving complex problems at speeds far beyond classical computers, it also poses several challenges and threats to the field of cybersecurity. In the subject of cybersecurity, quantum computing poses both a challenge and an opportunity. While it has the potential to damage current encryption systems.In my opinion, quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize cybersecurity by improving encryption while also challenging existing security methods. Preparing for the quantum age entails creating and deploying quantum-resistant encryption technologies, securely moving to these methods, and adapting to the expanding landscape of cybersecurity threats.How do you see quantum computing influencing the topic of cybersecurity in the next years?
Do you think BYOD policies that some companies have in place is a good idea? Some people prefer different Operating Systems than others (cue the “I’m a Mac & I’m a PC” commercial). Or do you think its too large of a security risk? Are companies willing to trade users ease of access for a potential security risk? (p.s. I enjoy mac OS more)
Emerging technologies: How are emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT) impacting Cybersecurity?
Emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are having a significant impact on the field of Cybersecurity, both in terms of the potential risks and opportunities they present.https://cionews.co.in/implications-of-emerging-technology-on-cybersecurity/
With threat modeling there needs to be a constant interaction between Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance and modeling the threats. Within Risk Management, and eventually percolated through to threat modeling, several methodologies (i.e. STRIDE, PASTA, CVSS etc.) seemingly exist. How should a threat modeler choose one over the other? Is there a better way club all these methodologies into one concise method of doing threat modeling?
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