The year 2021 marked a turning point in the field of cyber security. Security gaps attracted opportunistic hackers and businesses worked to out-innovate cyber adversaries. Cyber security professionals diligently advanced cyber prevention, detection and mitigation strategies. Nonetheless, we witnessed increasingly sophisticated Gen V threats and an undeniable cyber pandemic. Irreparable damage occurred. As we move into 2022, we must recognize that the scale and frequency of digital ecosystem attacks is growing.

What will we see in 2022?

In the coming year, organizations will see increasingly complex cyber issues and a continual evolution of industry practices. It will be up to everyone in the cyber community to ensure that strong defenses are in place and capable of protecting against advanced, dynamic and unknown threats.

As you plan an effective path to cyber security maturity, ensure that you’re creating a multi-dimensional cyber governance program. If that sounds like a lot, you don’t have to do it alone. Join us for the most important cyber security event of the year – CPX 360 2022.

At this flagship event, listen to what security and risk experts have to say. Identify what matters for your enterprise, develop your priorities, learn how to expand cyber security into an area aligned with privacy, law, board governance, risk management, and discover best practices.

At CPX 360

CPX 360 is the largest event of its kind. It introduces participants to a highly engaging lineup of top speakers, offers opportunities to interact with peers, to explore the latest research and to analyze innovations across the cyber security landscape. Participants can also demo new technologies, obtain illuminating insights into new cyber security solutions and see Check Point Software’s approach to advanced threats.

The fully virtual format offers a convenient and time-saving way to connect, learn, focus and improve cyber security governance for 2022.

In summary

Build a sustainable cyber security program that prevents unwanted business outcomes. In 2021, average per-breach costs of data breaches escalated from $3.86 million to $4.24 million. An effective, in-motion and continually evolving cyber security framework is a must.

Take the next leap on behalf of your organization. Supercharge your 2022 security program after attending CPX 360 2022. Make your security a success. Register here.