Vehicles equipped with automatic driving software giving seamless connectivity to drivers, and advanced driver assistance systems are going to become vulnerable to cyberattacks.
Artificial Intelligence will play a crucial role in building automated security systems, natural language processing, face detection, and automatic threat detection.
In 2019, there was a 50% increase in mobile banking malware and attacks. This trend is only going to worsen in 2022.
Targeting individuals and companies with ransomware will be a major threat in the coming years. Industries, particularly in developing countries.
Companies are gradually shifting their operations to the cloud and this is only going to accelerate in the future.
It is achieved by inserting malicious code into advertisements, which are then published on different websites through legitimate online advertising networks.
Putting rest to traditional war theories, cybercrime will define world politics in a new light.
Will cause major breaches in security infrastructure. One minor misstep such as opening an e-mail with a corrupted attachment or link can pull down an entire company.
COVID-19 has pushed many companies to loosen the security requirements to keep the work flowing. Though their IT departments worked hard to ensure utmost security.
Cryptocurrency thrives on the notion of decentralized system, sans government control. It has garnered immense popularity among wealth seekers for the freedom it offers.
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