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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I believe we will start to see a mood of reduced tolerance of accepting the insecurity of sites and exposure of user accounts – with more companies held to account for shoddy security practices, insecure applications and deployments, and host exposure of end-users and partnering organizations. 2022 will be the year we will or should see those who host Cyber-Insecurity held to account. by Prof John Walker
Standards such as ISO27001 (information and data security) will become more important to smaller businesses, as their larger customers start to demand proof that they can look after any data or information shared with them. If you can't prove how secure you are (and have it independently verified) then you’re not secure! by Steve Stobo
Data privacy will continue to be thrust into the forefront. As more data is leaked and exposed, more pressure is being put on organizations to better protect data and provide timely notifications when breaches occur. More governments will follow the GDPR and draft their data privacy legislation, holding companies accountable for personal data loss. Depending on the government, some data privacy laws may lean toward being very strict and used as an authoritarian tool for the government to wield to suit its interests. by Emilio Iasiello
In 2022, more countries will pass privacy laws using the European Union's GDPR as the golden standard. InfoSec and Privacy teams will need to collaborate more closely to meet these new requirements. Organizations will need to figure out how teams can fit together or risk having "too many chefs in the kitchen". by George Do
Indian startups will start to look into the security maturity and data privacy concerns to avoid future data breaches by Nitin S
More sensitive information leakages in Edutech & fintech industries are expected to happen in 2021. by Satish