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2022 Predictions

Prediction #1

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2022 will see a massive stride toward recognizing the value of Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) methodologies and technologies to support the cyber-defense mission, looking outside the perimeter for Minority Report stylization of preemptive, before the fact, and post-attack intelligence. by Prof John Walker

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Prediction #2

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In 2022, I expect to see cyber focus drawn away from Governance and Compliance, with a move to get back to looking at cybersecurity with more emphasis on the practical side of a nuts-and-bolts tick-box approach. by Prof John Walker

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Prediction #3

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From a macro level, there is recognition that the Internet is no longer an environment that can be considered a playground in which anything goes. The Internet is now an interconnected world of an infrastructure that may be regarded as the very carrier of Business-Oxygen, and the basis for our inter-planetary survival. The importance of the World Wide Web, by implication of human dependency and everyday life integration, linked to supporting so many aspects of living life, can be put on a scale of importance as water itself! Think about it; if the www disappeared overnight, imagine the impact on humanity. For this reason, the green shoots will start to seriously grow to look to create a top-level of ownership and management of the web– may be an international collaboration of key players, with a (sorry to say this) policing capability to kick back at the known bad actors. by Prof John Walker

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2021 Predictions

Prediction #1

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With our world shifting into the virtual landscape, this can only mean that more information will be made even more available to the public, and it will be unsurprising for cybercrime to evolve and manifest in different creative forms. by Shamane Tan

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Prediction #2

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Organizations will give more importance towards weakly maintained information exposed to the Internet which cyber criminals can take advantage of targeted information to deliver more relevant Targeted attacks, phishing campaigns, malwares - to explore more insights and devise new infiltration techniques by Daniel Raj

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Prediction #3

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CISO & CSO are transitioning towards a durable cybersecurity solution in compliance with the zero-trust strategy, and SASE occupies right into that space substantially. by Tapendra Dev

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Prediction #4

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As 2021 is at the verge, alarming growth of cyber threat will likely to remain in various pitfalls leaving the organisations to be vigilant. While the quest to mitigate security concerns continues, organisations begin to adopt the SASE model for maintaining a robust infrastructure as it's flexible, cost-effective, performance-enhancing, data protection, threat prevention in compliance with the zero-trust policy. However, we may have to wait for another year or so to encounter a substantial change at an enterprise level. by Tapendra Dev

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Prediction #5

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Organizations will need to determine how they will adapt to this new world, now that it has become clear that working remotely is not only possible for many but, in some cases, preferred. This means that Zero Trust capabilities will be more important than ever as corporate laptops connect to home, coffee shop and hotel networks around the world, mingling corporate devices with riskier ones that are no longer controlled by enterprise cybersecurity teams. by Steve Hunter

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Prediction #6

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Deep fakes will be the next threat on which cybersecurity has to act on. by Vengatesh

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Prediction #7

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Prediction for next year is the companies are adopting and understanding the importance of security in the cloud, at the same time DevSecOps with chaos engineering is becoming an important thing with a pinch of automation and AI. by Vandana Verma

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Prediction #8

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Corporate networks or devices which can be connected by employees from outside, for example, the company's intranet or security infrastructure from coffee shops, restaurants, railway stations, hotels, and other public wifi access will be more open and prone to cyber-attacks. by

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