Cybersecurity Trends To Watch In 2022

Cybersecurity Trends To Watch In 2022

Gov CIO Outlook | Thursday, June 30, 2022

Implementation of innovative cybersecurity solutions has optimized business security.

FREMONT, CA: Hackers are continuously threatening organizations worldwide with cybersecurity attacks. Continuous technological modification has broadened and enabled the user to take advantage of digital transformation. On the other hand, it has supplied the same development to a hacker who has been honing his hacking attempts and malware attacks.

Let us check few trends in cybersecurity.

Artificial Intelligence: Fraud detection on banking websites and security devices are two of the most common applications of artificial intelligence. It comes in handy when examining data and looking for unique patterns of cyber-attacks on systems. By its very nature, artificial intelligence is capable of evaluating massive amounts of data from network traffic to determine the likelihood of a cyber-attack on the system.

Since cybercriminals are attempting to use machine learning techniques to automate and execute destructive activities in enterprises, businesses should use artificial intelligence to improve their cyber protection systems.

Cloud Security: With the rise of cloud computing and the migration of sensitive information from organizations to the cloud, it's more vital than ever to safeguard cloud platforms. On the other hand, cloud computing is exceptionally safe, with multiple layers of security ranging from user administration to network services to secure key exchange protocol. It presents its own set of security challenges, as any security issues with cloud-hosted apps would impact the data's validity, reliability, and accessibility.

Cybersecurity Talent Shortage: There is no denying that cybersecurity skill is in short supply. The growing number of cyber-attacks has increased the need for qualified cybersecurity specialists worldwide. Although it is doubtful that this gap will be addressed in a timely manner, artificial intelligence may provide some relief by detecting malware in the network by processing a large quantity of data faster than humans, recognizing issues like phishing assaults, privilege escalations, and insider threats.

Internet of Things: With the increased proliferation of IoT devices, the cyber threat risk will rise in the upcoming years. IoT devices are highly vulnerable due to various network topologies, software platforms, interfaces, and a lack of uniformity in space.


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