“The Five Biggest Cyber Security Trends In 2022”

- Bytecode Security

AI-powered cybersecurity

Similar to the way in which it is used in financial services for fraud detection, artificial intelligence (AI) can counteract cybercrime by identifying patterns of behavior that signify something out-of-the-ordinary may be taking place.

The growing threat of ransomware

Ransomware typically involves infecting devices with a virus that locks files away behind unbreakable cryptography and threatens to destroy them unless a ransom is paid, usually in the form of untraceable cryptocurrency. 

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The number of connected devices – known as the internet of things (IoT) is forecast to reach 18 billion by 2022. One consequence of this is a hugely increased number of potential access points for cybercriminals looking to gain access to secure digital systems.

The Internet of Vulnerable Things

Cyber-security risk and exposure a key factor in partnership decisions

Any cybersecurity operation is only as secure as its weakest link, which means organizations increasingly see every link in a supply chain as a potential vulnerability. Due to this, businesses will increasingly use cybersecurity resilience and exposure as a determining factor in choosing who they will partner with.

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For years, cybercriminals have acted with the knowledge that understanding – let alone policing – of their activities is weak due to the fast-changing nature of technology.

Regulation starting to catch up with risk

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