9 ways that cybersecurity may change in 2022
The dramatic rise in ransomware and other cyberattacks over the past year has finally driven home the point that cybersecurity needs to be taken much more seriously. Amid initiatives by the U.S. government and other parties, there's a growing global awareness of the need to focus on security to combat attacks that threaten vital areas of society. How might this renewed focus on security start to play out in 2022? Ping Identity CEO and founder Andre Durand offers his take with nine cybersecurity predictions for the new year.
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