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New ebook: CJ Moses’ Security Predictions in 2023 and Beyond

As we head into 2023, it’s time to think about lessons from this year and incorporate them into planning for the next year and beyond. At AWS, we continually learn from our customers, who influence the best practices that we share and the security services that we offer.

We heard that you’re looking for more prescriptive guidance, patterns, and trends that AWS Security is seeing in the industry, so I’m happy to share an ebook that I recently authored called Security Predictions in 2023 and Beyond. In this ebook, you’ll learn about what we think is next for the security industry and some high-level pointers on how you can stay ahead.

The last few years has brought rapid acceleration of digital transformation in a short time and forced organizations to manage disruptions to their business, such as the impact of remote work. As security and risk management leaders handle the recovery and renewal phases from the past two years, they must consider forward-looking strategic planning assumptions when allocating budget, selecting services, and prioritizing employee effort. We are now at an interesting point in time where it will take the right mix of technology and humans to shape the future of cybersecurity.

I encourage you to read through the ebook and consider how these predictions could influence strategic planning for your security program. Drop us your feedback in the comments or reach out to your account team with questions. You can also follow @AWSSecurityInfo for the latest from AWS Security, and you can find me at @mosescj58.

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CJ Moses

CJ Moses

CJ is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at AWS, where he leads product design and security engineering. His mission is to deliver the economic and security benefits of cloud computing to business and government customers. Previously, CJ led the technical analysis of computer and network intrusion efforts at the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Cyber Division. He also served as a Special Agent with the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). CJ led several computer intrusion investigations seen as foundational to the information security industry today.