In March 2023, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published a report exploring potential cybersecurity threats for 2030. While the stated goal is to anticipate threats that could affect the “ability to keep European society and citizens digitally secure,” the findings are applicable on a global scale.
Combining input from expert workshops with formal threat forecasting methods, the report both indicates which existing threats are most likely to stay with us and makes a foray into more speculative predictions, with “science fiction prototyping” named as one of the methods used, no less. Here’s a brief overview of the main findings (spoiler alert – application security is way ahead of the robots taking over). Read More