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What will happen in 2022?
“According to statistics, 86% of all attacks were directed at organizations, and if earlier we saw dozens of attacks per month, now we are faced with hundreds of thousands per week. Hackers instantly gather in teams of sometimes even strangers to make a quick and massive DDoS attack.
The problem is that the scenarios are tailored to the specific victim, which increases the chances of a successful cyberattack. Businesses have to adapt to these conditions on the go,” said Alexei Novikov, Director of the Positive Technologies Security Expert Center.
It is important to understand that any company can become a victim of an attack, but the consequences of an attack depend on the cybersecurity measures taken in advance.
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