Last updated on January 28th, 2022 at 09:21 am
What a year 2021. In terms of (successful) cyber attacks one of the most challenging years ever. Let’s just hope that headlines like that from the colonial pipeline or the florida water supply will not become more common in 2022.
Another major topic was ransomware, a true digital pandemic which might be harder to get rid of than the other pandemic.
What can we expect from 2022? We explore the predictions for cybersecurity in a series of articles, videos and podcast – see our line up below.
The year is almost over – reason enough for us to take a look at what’s ahead. This is the first in a series of predictions from cybersecurity experts of what we can expect in 2022. But beware: Predictions are difficult, especially about the future!
We’re continuing our predictions for the world of cybersecurity in 2022 with focusing on the defensive side, i.e. what can companies do to protect against attacks.
Our next article on what’s in store for 2022 – we saw some spectacular attacks in 2021. Will the coming year be worse? Read what experts think is coming from the dark side of the internet.
Finishing up our series on 2022 predictions we went to some of the people we’ve talked to in the past year to get their views on what will influence chip security for the positive in 2022.
In 2021 the worst case scenario of broad outages or mass ransomware attacks didn’t happen if it weren’t for the work of one very special group of people: cybersecurity experts. A big thanks to all of you from Cyber Protection Magazine!