Improve our knowledge of the cyber risks by using advanced and usable threat intelligence.
Improve our ability to understand the behavior and the means of attackers through malicious activities detection and analysis.
Improve our cybersecurity transformation by assisting system architects and operators with secure and automated configuration tools, and developers with secure code generation.
Anticipate vulnerabilities caused by code breaches and threats on the tools.
Improve our security training and drilling in order to be prepared when attacks happen and to more quickly counter the current threats.
The industry is now preparing for the wave of "massive IoT", with billions of devices, and the majority of these being low footprint. These devices are expected to be very efficient in terms of cost, bandwidth and energy consumption.
Operating across a variety of environments, networks and aggregation levels, IoT devices are often deployed at places where risks evolve differently and network conditions and types are varying.
The shift to cloud has deeply changed the application landscape with elasticity and service availability as main drivers. Security must be center stage again to avoid the recurring data leakage and system disruption flourishing stories. It starts with managing securely identities and access rights in cloud environments.
Besides massives IoT deployment, existing IT/OT systemes needs also to be duly protected. Operated in complex and demanding environments, sometimes with safety concerns, these systems require specific, non-intrusive cybersecurity measures.
Legacy systems also need to keep up with emerging cyber threats, without in-depth refactoring.