2022-01-30T09:01:00Z
SB
Regional Manager/ Service Delivery Manager at ASPL INFO Services
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What are the Top 5 cybersecurity trends in 2022?

Hi community,

What are your top 5 (or less) cyber security trends in 2022?

Thanks in advance!

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12 Answers
Bret Mantey - PeerSpot reviewer
CIO and Information Security Leader at AxCel Technology
User
Top 10
2022-02-17T21:38:07Z
Feb 17, 2022


Look
to the most recent Presidential order regarding security: Executive
Order 14028 and what it states are the most formidable
cyber-security threats (and what they are now expecting you to do to meet NIST and other compliance standards). It will force many to adapt or face
non-compliance and possibly loss of cyber insurance (or worse, all your insurance coverage). We're seeing it creep up already in certain industries.


Security
initiatives important to thwart it all:



1) Zero-Trust
Architecture!



2)
Immutable file storage and backup.



3)
Non-signature-based AV (AI for all your security/endpoints).



4)
Improved email security/control/training to better handle phishing/Malware and
other attacks.



5)
Air gapping data.



6)
Better resiliency to withstand Denial of Service attacks which are
increasing.


and lowest on everyone's list - better, more secure password management. Still there after all these years.

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Jairo Willian Pereira - PeerSpot reviewer
Information Security Manager at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-02-01T21:21:08Z
Feb 1, 2022

1. [True!] Cloud Security hardening/assessment. 


2. AI (for massive data processing).


3. Data (protection) and breaches.


4. eGRC (enterprise GRC integrated with eRM and vendor-neutral xLAP visual presentation platform).


5. Collective Intelligence (MISP/Hive and similar platforms for normalization).

PC
Executive VP at a financial services firm with 1-10 employees
User
2022-01-31T13:46:31Z
Jan 31, 2022

1) Security in endpoints (especially because of remote work), especially to protect from phishing, Business Email Compromise (BEC), and ransomware.


2) Security data in transit (use SDP to protect, replace VPNs).


3) Security in Cloud adoption with security in DevOps (use Cloud-based SOCs with their sensors).


4) Security in SaaS applications (protection of SaaS-specific applications, CRM, AI, CDP, etc.).


5) Security in crypto transactions.

rtechenthusiast85 - PeerSpot reviewer
Search Engine Optimization Specialist at LoginRadius
Vendor
Top 10
2022-05-19T04:27:17Z
May 19, 2022

In the last few years, attackers have been looking for new ways to abuse companies by targeting their employees and users and exploiting their weak security procedures.


Here is a list of potential security trends that every individual, business, or organization should be aware of and take appropriate security precautions to avoid:


- Attack surface expansion


- Identity system defense


- Digital supply chain risk


- Vendor consolidation


- Cybersecurity mesh


- Distributed decisions

AJ
Sales Director at Clouds Dubai
Reseller
Top 10
2022-02-02T07:02:41Z
Feb 2, 2022

The top ones are:


1) The remote workforce will continue to grow and more attacks will target Work-From-Home users.


2) Zero-trust will gain more prominence.


3) Supply chain still remains a major vulnerability area and we will see a substantial increase in supply chain attacks.


4) IoT and OT will see more targeted attacks that will make headlines.


5) Cybercriminals will continue to use new technologies like AI - which means organizations need to be proactive to stay secure

BH
IT Security Coordinator at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2022-01-31T13:59:19Z
Jan 31, 2022

NDR, SIEM expansion, IPS refresh, 365 migration to the cloud, and some DevOpSec.

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Eitan Greenberg - PeerSpot reviewer
VP Marketing of Sasa Software at Sasa Software
Vendor
2022-04-17T14:02:21Z
Apr 17, 2022

@Bret Mantey​ has nailed it. 


Zero trust is the absolute necessary mind-shift we need to undergo. We can no longer afford to bank on a 'secure source' or a 'trusted partner', as these may well be already compromised, unknowingly.

PS
Owner / Principal Consultant at Stratus Concept LLC
Consultant
2022-02-01T13:59:22Z
Feb 1, 2022

Cybersecurity assessments, advanced endpoint protection, data backup, proper email configuration amd staff cybersecurity awareness education.

Remy Ma - PeerSpot reviewer
Network Security Services at ACE Managed Securty Services
Real User
Top 5
2022-12-15T06:07:08Z
Dec 15, 2022

A new year is always a good opportunity to pause and predict what the cybersecurity landscape will look like in the future. Cybersecurity predictions are getting more and more accurate each year. Why do we think so? Simply because trends are getting more and more transparent and technology is getting more and more advanced. So, let’s see the top 5 cybersecurity trends that will dominate in 2022.


1. Proliferation of AI and machine learning in cybersecurity


Cybersecurity Solutions will increasingly rely on AI and machine learning to detect and respond to threats.


2. Increased use of automation


Automated tools will be used more extensively to help manage security risks.


3. More widespread use of blockchain technology


Blockchain will play an increasingly important role in cybersecurity, helping to secure data and transactions.


4. Greater focus on user training and awareness


Users will need to be better educated about cyber threats and how to protect themselves against them.


5. Growing importance of incident response planning


Organizations will need to have effective incident response plans in place in order to react quickly to cyber incidents and mitigate the damage they cause.

Navcharan Singh - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Seo Executive at Ace Cloud Hosting
Consultant
Top 5
2022-12-15T05:14:22Z
Dec 15, 2022

1. Proliferation of ransomware and data theft: The use of ransomware will continue to increase in 2022, as will the theft of sensitive data.


2. Increased sophistication of cyberattacks: Cybercriminals will become more adept at launching sophisticated attacks that are difficult to detect and prevent.


3. Emergence of AI and machine learning in cybersecurity: AI and machine learning will be increasingly used to bolster cybersecurity defenses and identify malicious activity.


4. Growing popularity of cloud-based security solutions: Cloud-based security solutions will become more popular as businesses move to the cloud for their computing needs.


5. Increased focus on mobile security: With more people using smartphones and other mobile devices for business and personal activities, mobile security will.

YS
Global Head of Quality Engineering at IGT Solutions
User
2022-02-01T13:04:02Z
Feb 1, 2022

Please see my blog on the same topic.


Top Cyber Security Trends to look out for in 2022

AW
President at iSECURE
MSP
2022-02-01T08:47:11Z
Feb 1, 2022

The top trends our clients ask for help with are listed below. Hands-down clients don’t have the time, expertise or resources for security and they seek help.



1. vCISO and engineering hours.


2. Compliance Assessment.


3. Cloud Assessments.


4. Phishing.


5. Table Too Excercise's. 

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