Atos highlights significant new threats and innovative cyber security solutions that have recently gathered momentum in its new paper Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2.Launched today at Cyber Innovation Den 2019, hosted by techUK, the report marks two years since Digital Vision for Cyber Security was published with the cyber security landscape much changed during that time. Threat actors are harnessing the vast power of artificial intelligence and automation to launch sustained global attacks on multiple sectors. Increased digitalisation and the growth of hybrid cloud have also brought fresh risks with new issues constantly arising and shaping the language of security, business, and politics.At the same time these threats are being faced down with new technologies which not only identify them and suggest appropriate responses, but also learn from each attack in order to anticipate future threats. Prescriptive security has risen to prominence stopping breaches from happening by using big data analytics techniques to provide earlier visibility of threats before they become incidents. Digital Vision for Cyber Security 2 features chapters from some of the leading subject matter experts within Atos and across the public and private sectors including Context, Scottish Business Resilience Centre and techUK.Speaking upon launch of the paper, Adrian Gregory, CEO, Atos UK&I said: "Much has changed in the world of cyber security over the past two years. Significant new threats have emerged but so too have innovative cyber security solutions. The challenge to stay ahead of our adversaries prevails, as does the need to ensure that cyber security is a board-level priority. This demands that we continue developing cutting-edge capabilities, enabling the benefits of digital technologies, and supporting the UK as a world leader in cyber security."