Cybercriminals are taking hacking to the next level, by leveraging ever more sophisticated toolsets and increasingly mature techniques. Cloud hacking is on the rise, as criminals take advantage of shared architecture flaws, insecure default configurations, credential stuffing, and cross-tenant attacks. We expect to see more high-profile cloud data breaches in the coming year.

Ransomware will continue to rear its ugly head, a sophisticated criminal enterprises find ever-more-innovative ways of scaling up. Underlying the epidemic of cybercrime are supply-chain risks: hackers are getting better and better at piggybacking from suppliers to customers (or vice versa), whether through technical exploits or social engineering. Learn about the top threats and the ways that you can protect your organization in 2020.

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This news story originally appeared at IT - Social Gov on24 October 2022