According to a report, cyberattacks increased by 125% year-over-year and have impacted almost every industry. More than ever, organizations recognize that weakness leaves them vulnerable, so being aware of industry impacts, along with potential threats, can help combat these threats. threat.
But uncovering and addressing these inefficiencies is a huge challenge. We spoke with industry leaders and experts in cybersecurity about the most important challenges facing organizations in 2022 and possible solutions.
Challenges of cybersecurity in 2022:
- Cyber attacks will grow in both number and sophistication. Email security is essential to providing consumers with the best protection and value.
- In the process of deciphering the information, analysts may not be able to see the primordial attacks in progress.
- 5G and IoT traffic between API services and applications will increasingly become a lucrative target. Key risks that will evolve in the future include misconfiguration of APIs, exploitation of modern authentication mechanisms, development of traditional malware attacks to use more cloud APIs , the ability to misuse APIs to launch attacks on enterprise data.
- Attacks against the application development process and third and fourth party partners will increase. As the scale of attacks continues to expand, so do vulnerabilities. Hackers will inevitably gain access to an organization's sensitive data through their third- and fourth-party relationships and application development and release.
- With telework becoming increasingly common, liability from leaked chats, online meetings, and similar digital channels will hurt organizations across industries. This may include sensitive and private data from individuals and organisations.
Solutions for network security:
- Companies must proactively conduct risk assessments of their valuable assets and protect them. The key to addressing or mitigating threats is to design the technology, governance, people, and policies of your email environment.
- Anticipating an increase in national-state organizations engaged in anti-cybercrime activity by 2022 will force companies to test their visibility and learn from the tactics and activities carried out by organizations targeting their field. Organizations should maintain regular, offline backups and have an incident response plan ready.
- Cybersecurity and data science will merge to help organizations better understand and proactively protect against evolving threats. Combined forces will continue to grow unnecessarily as application generation and enterprise data continue to explode and dramatically expand the attack surface.
- Highly regulated organizations need to maintain standards of compliance, accountability and deliverability to demonstrate that they can store, monitor, and detect misconduct and exposure risks data fully to better protect customers, employees and their data.
Translator: Phan Hoang Bach