Cybertech Global TLV: Imperva’s SVP on The Global Trends Expected to Shape Cybersecurity

Moshe Lipsker, Israel GM & SVP Global Product Development, Imperva, spoke about securing what matters most

Photo: Gilad Kavalerchik

Moshe Lipsker, Israel GM & SVP Global Product Development, Imperva (aquired by Thales), spoke on the main Cyebrstage Global Tel Aviv stage this afternoon (Tuesday) and presented the six global trends expected to shape the cybersecurity arena this coming year. They include:

  1. Generative AI – the biggest disruptor in the past decade, which lowers the entry barrier for unskilled actors.
  2. Supply chain – continued collaboration and heavy reliance on partnerships and tools that now depend on AI leave organizations more vulnerable to attacks.
  3. API attacks: API traffic has greatly increased and leads to very sophisticated attacks, the most substantial shifts in cyber security.
  4. Bot & DDoS attacks are on the rise.
  5. Data breaches are also on the rise – 2023 saw many large-scale global data breaches, among them 23andMe, and the UK Electrical Commission.
  6. Doing more with less with one-stop shops – aiming to engage top-quality partners and vendors while also seeking value for money.

Lipsker explained that “In addition to all these trends, enterprises are accelerating modernization. The landscape has changed dramatically with cloud and multi-cloud systems. We are witnessing a revolution in data management. And data is the most important thing to protect in cyber security, it is the crown jewel of any organization.”

Imperva was acquired by French multinational Thales Group in 2023 for approximately $3.6 billion. Lipsker noted that this acquisition helps make their products better and improve how they can protect an organization’s data.  

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