In the design of embedded security systems functioning to be assets not liabilities, the permitted triage projections needs surpass product beneficiary performance, otherwise deprecating the systems sustainable rating.
By Ellysutra Sulaiman
If at all global IT security professionals are anticipating a major blowout to the incumbent security challenges, there is strong likelihood they may be disappointed.
One reason being, as innovative solutions develop at exponential rates, and obsolete is too late to mention by emerging policy makers within the industry who are in perpetual tools deficit; let alone initiate compete within security ecosystems.
The high strategic role of domain users are limited, when stealthy pilferages of breakthrough web and software security products could underplay key challenges to an organization.
Cyber attacks that occur due to this uniquely strategic operational platform could only be entrusted watch by a dedicated information security server.
And the mission to emphasize public safety during investigative processes of identifying hacking crimes could possibly permute into more complex security risks.
It’s all in the design.
In the design of embedded security systems functioning as assets not liabilities, the permitted triage projections needs surpass product beneficiary performance, otherwise deprecating the systems sustainable rating.
Recognizing the importance of equal access to optimal applications, systems designers in question stumbled upon harder grounds with engendering industrial role to articulate and encounter the master hacker’s play tactics.
Harmonizing design precedence with military operations – for aerospace research and development purposes, cloud computing defense needs, creating new parameters for systems valuation within the contemporary IT security world – looks set to observe price levels per commodified by the options market.
In the short term, rigorously on par with the diminishing role of cyber security taking credit for successful operations/exercises, but for the long term the US-Russia ‘Star Wars’ program remains an expectable client requirement.
Since 1998, nobody knows for sure if product demonstrations by cyber patrol services distinguished much prolific returns, now meagerly investing its past reputation into often-overlooked accreditation references – a digress from its cyber cop image of reliance.
Frankly, the problem substantiates.
Present media focuses long onto the effectiveness of cyber security and redundant IT pre-literacy, but not on empowering social responsibility in applications.
Customer demands from the IT security industry in 5 years may recall upon strategic partnerships to forging transparent working collaborations across countries, so to address future challenges.
Banking hopes upon easily available phone apps capable of acquiring secured data and detailed information gathered from the ethereal, the inherent frailty poses its own viral-effect version of security threats and putting a tag to it.
Stepping up operational support from assumed intelligence protocols in securing supply lines could consider the elements of well resourced domains for procuring detailed information.
But forensics could only reveal limited clues for optimal surveillance campaigns if advanced malicious tools and techniques supersede the disclosed applications.
Economizing exposures to phishing and spam malware sleuthing could offer better industrial leverage for a leaner development of enforcement mechanisms, higher tech back up plans deployment and stronger usage on customer based users interface.
An IT crisis management system policing installed with favorable public profile, the first thing that deters hacking would be the “law of scarcity” from liberal internet abuse.
Establishing an IT infrastructure during this century encompassing all information boundaries is still possible, but only if firewall securitizing and segmented connectivity score on cyber resilience and competency.
Ultimately, policing and minimizing risks of cyber attacks in 6 out of 10 cases could result with the most preferred web filtering program.
Ellysutra Sulaiman is an independent industry commentator and the author of adventure novels ‘Aces High @ 23 Wall Street’ and ‘F-A-M-E ‘ze Great’. He has worked for Singapore Police Force, Singapore International Monetary Exchange, Singapore Exchange, Mediacorp Radio and Phillips Securities.