Future 10: what will the next decade bring?
With a new decade comes new opportunities to set out how we can change the industry for the better.
And today, we’re pleased to introduce our Future 10 campaign – the first in a series of campaigns that we’ll be running throughout the year, which will explore how we can achieve our mission of making society safer and more secure through the lens of sustainability.
Over the next three months, we’ll be sharing a range of commentary, research and thought leadership that explores how we, as a business and as a part of wider society, can achieve this over the coming decade.
We will also be getting the view of experts at NCC Group and in the wider community on the evolving global threat landscape. We’ll be assessing what has changed in the last ten years, and explore how governments globally can make legislative changes to enhance our resilience against cyber threats.
To round up the Future 10 campaign, we will also be shining a spotlight on the current and future state of gender equality in the industry, and explore what needs to change to make our industry more diverse.
Over the course of the year, we will also be looking at security in the healthcare sector and in the home, as well as how it shapes our environment day-to-day.
Keep your eyes peeled for content stamped with our Future 10 logo.
About NCC Group
NCC Group exists to make the world safer and more secure.
As global experts in cyber security and risk mitigation, NCC Group is trusted by over 15,000 clients worldwide to protect their most critical assets from the ever-changing threat landscape.
With the company’s knowledge, experience and global footprint, it is best placed to help businesses identify, assess, mitigate and respond to the evolving cyber risks they face.
To support its mission, NCC Group continually invests in research and innovation, and is passionate about developing the next generation of cyber scientists.
With over 1,800 colleagues in 12 countries, NCC Group has a significant market presence in North America, continental Europe and the UK, and a rapidly growing footprint in Asia Pacific with offices in Australia and Singapore.