Illustration of trying to lock down global cyber risks. The Information Security Foundation predicts that by 2024, global organizations will face some unintended consequences of cyber regulations. (Photo: NicoElNino/Shutterstock)

Cyberthreats have surged exponentially, significantly outpacing the ability of organizations to prevent or respond to them effectively. That’s why policymakers worldwide are stepping up efforts to create cyber regulations that can help mitigate and boost society’s resilience against these threats and assert control over how some technological innovations are used.

As these legislative changes take hold, it will become apparent that they are not just removing dangers but are forcing evolutions that risk redirecting the threats and burdening organizations with a raft of hard-to-meet demands that may continue to leave them open to attack and disruption. The Information Security Forum (ISF) predicts that by 2024, global organizations will face some unintended consequences of cyber regulations, no matter how well-intentioned they might be:

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