Cybersecurity Predictions 2022

Each year, Netacea’s Threat Research team predicts the top cyber-trends for the following 12 months. After the Covid-19 pandemic accelerated digital transformation and shifted businesses to an online-first model, cyber-attackers were able to exploit a broader, more sophisticated landscape of attacks vectors. The rollout of 5G, online demand for designer items, and the increasing professionalization of malicious cyber-groups saw attacks grow in volume and speed – and these trends are only set to continue.  

For 2022, we’ve forecasted trends across cybersecurity, the bot landscape and geopolitical technology to help your business stay one step ahead of cyber-attackers in 2022.

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  • Cybersecurity predictions: Supply chains, ransomware and APIs 
  • Bot-related predictions: Lower barriers, new targets and proxying 
  • Geopolitical predictions: Information warfare, cryptocurrency and rival states  

 

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Trends across cybersecurity, the bot landscape and geopolitical technology

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