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We asked the CEO of cybersecurity unicorn Darktrace about the challenges of 2021: 'The old ways of doing things have gone out the window.'

We asked the CEO of cybersecurity unicorn Darktrace about the challenges of 2021: 'The old ways of doing things have gone out the window.'

Darktrace CEO Poppy Gustafsson.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it a unique set of cybersecurity challenges.




Industry unicorn Darktrace is working hard to tackle new threats as they appear.




We asked CEO Poppy Gustafsson to share her thoughts on the road ahead in 2021.




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As the world faces down unprecedented pressure almost a year on from the outbreak of COVID-19, cybersecurity experts say the pandemic will continue to bring unique threats and vulnerabilities for businesses fending off attacks in 2021. Hackers are capitalizing on the pandemic by exploiting people's uncertainties to get their attention and trick them into handing over credentials through phishing schemes, which are the most commonly used hacking tactic. Insider asked Poppy Gustafsson, CEO of British cybersecurity unicorn Darktrace, to share her thoughts on what the year ahead will hold for her industry. "The theme of 2020 has been uncertainty. In a post-Covid world we will see an amalgam of uncertainty and opportunity, and the challenge will be to balance new opportunities with new risks," she said.
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