2023 will go down as a transitional year for cybersecurity and information technology in general. Quantum Computing is still in its infancy, and artificial intelligence is still limited to creating (mostly) authentic written and visual content rather than Artificial General Intelligence. Transformative technology is coming soon, but in the meantime, we are still struggling with rising rates of online crime and a shaky economy throughout much of the developed world.

And 2024 maybe when we start to see these themes really begin to change the world, with their impact felt in the realm of cybersecurity and, ultimately, in all our lives. In this article, we will be looking at some of the most important developments that our experts see coming in 2024, both in technology and the wider world it intersects with.


Nils Gerhardt, CTO, Utimaco.

Nils Gerhardt has 19 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry. In his current role, Nils is the Chief Technology Officer and head of product for Utimaco, a leading provider of cyber security solutions, and a supervisory board member of ISITS AG. Before joining Utimaco, Nils worked at Giesecke + Devrient in various executive management roles with regional and global responsibilities in Germany, Canada, and the USA. As Chairman of the Board of GlobalPlatform, a global industry organization, Nils brought major companies together and led collaborative efforts to establish standards for secure global digital services and devices.

David Howell

Dave Howell is a freelance journalist and writer. His work has appeared across the national press and in industry-leading magazines and websites. He specialises in technology and business. Read more about Dave on his website: Nexus Publishing. https://www.nexuspublishing.co.uk.

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