As the world becomes more digital, we’re seeing an increased number of personal and organizational cyberattacks around the world. Several corporations have been the target of major cyberattacks in recent days, and businesses have become more vulnerable to destructive attacks, in part because of increased remote work given the pandemic.
During 2022, we expect that we’ll see cyberattacks across sectors, and we will see the industry take a variety of counteractive measures. Defending against cyberattacks will include educating individuals so they can identify and avoid network assaults, thereby safeguarding their company’s image.
Applying A.I. will make robust cybersecurity protocols easier and less expensive to create and more effective than ever. Use of A.I. can enable cybersecurity to spot risks and learn the behaviors of cybercriminals, thus preventing prevent future attacks. It can also help cut down on the time it takes cybersecurity specialists to do their daily tasks.