Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2

Setting the new cyber security agenda

10 threats and attacks explained


Understanding the game-changers

in cyber security.

Resourcing the cyber security frontline

Since we published our first Digital Vision for Cyber Security in 2017, the landscape has evolved significantly. Threat actors have launched sophisticated attacks on multiple sectors, while digitalisation has introduced fresh security challenges. As the world advances, so too must organisations’ cyber security awareness and solutions. With expert contributors from outside and within Atos, our Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2 sets out a new agenda for today’s business leaders and influencers.

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Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2

Setting the new agenda

As adversaries become smarter, so too must the response by organisations. This paper discusses advances in cyber security and some fundamentals for protecting people and businesses.

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Key topics – Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2

Key cyber risks and vulnerabilities

Cyber threats are constantly evolving as new adversaries and strategies emerge. So what are the main risks to organisations and individuals, and how can they be minimised?

Digital radar

Standout technologies impacting cyber security, from artificial intelligence and automation to quantum and edge computing.

Prescriptive security

Advanced cyber security has moved from reactive to prescriptive analysis; so how does prescriptive security work, why is it necessary, and what does it mean for businesses?

Cyber security ecosystems

Essential components of a modern cyber security ecosystem that safeguards people and data while enabling digital transformation.

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Key facts and stats about the scale of today’s cyber security challenge – for governments, organisations and individuals.


Lexicon of cyber security words and phrases

Different cyber security threats and responses are occurring all the time and shaping the language of business. Here’s a guide to the new vocabulary.


Setting the new agenda

The cyber landscape can sometimes feel like a game of cat and mouse – so how can we stay ahead? Take a look at our Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2 video to find out more.


Cyber threats & attacks explained

Cyber threats are constantly evolving from state-sponsored activity, to fake news and social engineering attacks. Find out more.


We would like to thank the following contributors. If you wish to send feedback, please email us via the details at the bottom of the page.

Adrian Gregory
Senior Executive Vice President Chief Executive Officer, Atos UK & Ireland

Pierre Barnabé
Senior Executive Vice President Head of the Global Division Big Data & Security, Atos

Gavin Thomson
Senior Vice President, Private Sector and Big Data & Security, Atos UK & Ireland

Lukasz Olszewski
Computer Security Incident Response Team and Threat Intelligence Lead, Atos

Matt Warman MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Digital and Broadband), Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

John Hall
Head of Portfolio, Atos UK&I and Scientific Community Expert

Thierry Breton
former Chairman and CEO, Atos

Talal Rajab
Head of Programme, Cyber and National Security, techUK

Mike Smart
Senior Analyst and Operations Officer, NelsonHall

Mandy Haeburn-Little
CEO BRIM, former Chief Executive, Scottish Business Resilience Centre

Maxine de Brunner QPM
Former Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service

Kevin Cooke
Head of Cyber Security Delivery, Atos UK & Ireland

Andy Kennedy
EMEA Security Specialist, Google Cloud

Osian ap Glyn
Director of Cyber Security Engineering, Atos UK & Ireland

Stephen Wing
Security Consulting Practice Lead, Atos UK & Ireland

Andreas Giorgakis
Security Analyst, Atos UK & Ireland

Dave Spence
Response Director, Context IS

Zeina Zakhour
Distinguished Expert, Global Chief Technical Officer, Cyber Security, Atos

Graham Francis , Head of Digital Security Northern Europe, Freephone: 0800 783 3040