Louis Marinos of the European Cybersecurity Agency offers an analysis of the agency’s new Threat Landscape 2020 report, which shows how cybercriminals have been advancing their capabilities, adapting quickly and targeting victims.
“Digitalization opens new opportunities for attackers,” Marinos says. “We see that cyber capabilities are an integral part of defense capabilities for different countries.”
In this interview with Information Security Media Group (see audio link below photo), Marinos discusses:
- An overview of today’s dominant threat vectors and vulnerabilities, based on the ENISA Threat Landscape 2020;
- How technologists and policymakers can work together to address cybersecurity challenges;
- How the cybersecurity industry and others can work together to build a “trustworthy” cyberspace.
Marinos is a senior expert at the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity in the areas of risk and threat management who has extensive experience in the implementation, management and operation of information security. He’s responsible for projects in the area of the emerging threat landscape, with a focus on the assessment and analysis of cyberthreats, and is the main contributor in the area of 5G.