There was a lot of interesting cybersecurity data and trends to come out of 2021, and it doesn’t seem like the new year will be any different. To help tech companies prepare for 2022, we asked leaders from our Cybersecurity Advisory Council and Cybersecurity Community for their predictions on what to expect for the next 12 months.
Their thoughts ranged from AI innovations in cybersecurity to increased visibility into vendors’ applications—and a lot more. Here’s a look at what they had to say:
Increased Attacks, Design Flaws Bring More Resilient Solutions
“In 2022, I think we’ll see an increase of negative impacts from intentional (attacks) and unintentional (design and build flaws) failures of AI and ML systems, which will lead to a stronger focus on building and deploying resilient, failure-resistant solutions. We’ve already seen at least high-profile example of that in the real estate industry and I think more will occur until businesses better understand how to correctly leverage AI and ML in secure environments.” – Diana Kelley, founder, SecurityCurve
Ransomware, Regulations, and Threat Actor ‘Whac-a-Mole’ Will Continue
“We have seen brief reductions in ransomware attacks in Q4 of 2021 as threat actors are taken down temporarily by international governments