The cyber threat landscape has seen great disruptions in 2021 continuing from the pandemic, with the biggest change being change itself and new trends coming to the fore.
So, what may 2022 have in store?
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence’s Dan Alexander, Head of Threat Intelligence and BAE Systems, Inc.'s Kyle Draisey, Senior Solutions Architect, lay out their 2022 Cyber Security Predictions, including:
- A return of bank heists - Read the full prediction
- Ransomware operators moving away from Bitcoin - Read the full prediction
- A change of focus from businesses to employee’s personal devices - Read the full prediction
- Initial access via IOT devices - Read the full prediction
- Business email compromise using Deepfake Voice - Read the full prediction
- Purple is the new red for threat intelligence - Read the full prediction
- Effort to prevent small fails turning into mass failures - Read the full prediction
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2022 Cyber Predictions
Dan Alexander, Head of Threat Intelligence and Kyle Draisey, Senior Solutions Architect, lay out their 2022 cyber security predictions.Find out more
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