Legal Tech’s Predictions for Cybersecurity in 2022

Last year was the Year of the Threat Vector. With so many people now working remotely, the number of infiltration points for potential villains has multiplied. Phishing attacks increased as employees married email and communication platforms. And ransomware has taken businesses all over the world offline with devastating consequences.

But even against this background there is hope for the cyber future. Both the federal and state governments focused on cybersecurity as the cornerstone of the future and made more resources available to cybersecurity professionals to fight back. More and more business leaders began to see the damage that cyberattacks can do, leading to more attention (and money) being given to their organizations’ cyber problems. And the employees themselves began to take cyber issues more seriously, with increased training and awareness of phishing and other social engineering attempts.

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