Predictions for 2022
50+ cybersecurity experts, thought leaders, and professionals have shared their predictions about what would trend in the coming year.
What does 2022 have in store for the Cybersecurity industry?
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Supply Chain Attacks: What started in 2020 will likely continue to intensify as threat actors go after vendors with poor cybersecurity controls. By breaching the security of the vendor and embedding malware into the vendor's digitally signed updates, threat actors will gain access to the vast number of clients of these vendors. Businesses will need to assess their third-party vendors for such risks and verify their vendors' cybersecurity controls. by Wai Kit Cheah
Very large fines will be levied on firms due to data breaches that compromise the privacy of customers / consumers. by George Do
With most people now working from home due to COVID-19, the number of reported data breaches will increase. Organizations have transitioned to a work from home situation deploying the same security strategies as they did while everyone was still safely in the office. Organizations will discover that these strategies are not, by definition, also suited for the changing work environment. by Jelle Wieringa