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20 January 2022 Kurt Haller

Cyber Security Predictions for 2022 and Beyond


1.) Cyber-cold war to intensify. Improved infrastructure and technological capabilities will enable terrorist groups and political activists to further their agendas and carry out more sophisticated, widespread attacks. Cyber attacks will increasingly be used as proxy conflicts to destabilise activities globally.

2.) Mobile malware attacks will increase. As mobile wallets and mobile payment platforms are used more frequently, cybercriminals will evolve and adapt their techniques to exploit the growing reliance on mobile devices.

3.) Cryptocurrency to become a focal point for cyber-attacks globally.

4.) Attackers to weaponise deep fake technologies. Threat actors will use deep fake social engineering attacks to gain permission and access sensitive data.

5.) More supply-chain related cyber-attacks.

What do you think the future will look like? Drop your thoughts in the comments below.

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