Deloitte | Cybersecurity in the New Digital Era

As the digital landscape continues to grow more complex, and cyber criminals become more sophisticated, business leaders (not just IT), across industries, are growing more anxious.

The digital transformation has inevitably led to the creation of new cyber threats in organizations. During the coronavirus pandemic, companies had to adapt to changes in working conditions, creating new opportunities for cybercriminals. The war in Ukraine has also changed the landscape of threats. According to Gartner reports cyberattacks increased by 38% in 2022 compared to the previous year, with an average of 1,168 weekly recorded attacks per organization.


Organizations are moving far beyond a “secure the perimeter” mentality and begin incorporating cyber risk thinking into their product design and engineering processes—taking a long-term view of what it means to be secure.


Thus, cybersecurity is seen as an essential element for the sustainability of organizations. Managing existing Cyber risks effectively presents challenges for organizations such as their current security level, budget, and risk profile. The management of future risks presents even more complex challenges. The most significant challenges for organizations include a lack of foresight, absence of a comprehensive strategy and implementation of individual actions, limited budgets, insufficient staffing and technical training of Cybersecurity personnel, reduced awareness and lack of culture, and compliance with increased regulatory requirements.


Additionally, organizations have accelerated the digital transformation, bridging a decades-long “digital divide” in a short period. Although new technologies such as the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Cloud bring complexity, hyperconnectivity, and increased Cybersecurity risks, they can also be used to overcome Cybersecurity challenges.



Career opportunities in cybersecurity


Cybersecurity is a broad, global and continuously evolving field of expertise. The global trend of allocated budgets for cybersecurity has been steadily increasing in recent years and is expected to continue to rise as organizations increasingly prioritize cybersecurity as a critical part of their business operations. This creates a high demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals essential for business operations and likely to enjoy strong job security. Careers in cybersecurity can include roles such as security analysts, cloud security engineers, and cybersecurity consultants.


Why Deloitte

You understand the very real dangers cyber threats pose and embrace the challenge of helping to keep people and networks safe. You want to challenge the status quo by paving the way for bold collaboration, pioneering cutting-edge innovation, promoting forward-thinking, and harnessing emerging technologies. You’re always looking to help clients stay ahead of the curve.




Sounds like you? Then we might be great for each other. Deloitte’s Cyber Security practice offers a wide array of opportunities to work with industry-leading clients and projects—and the technological resources to help them tackle their biggest challenges. If you’re interested in joining a group of people who don’t just want to fix what’s broken but want to build something better and make an impact, apply for a role with Deloitte Cyber Security today.

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