August 28, 2020

Top 5 main CyberSecurity risks in 2020

Top 5 main cybersecurity risks in 2020 The past year in terms of cybersecurity was remembered for APT attacks on organizations in the financial sector, high-profile data leaks, and the search for hardware vulnerabilities by cybercriminals. While the management of the companies was looking for an adequate response to the threats, cybercriminals are entering the warpath with new means and schemes. A shift in focus from desktops to devices and hardware Hackers are less and less interested in personal computers. Instead, they pay close attention to network devices, video cameras, IoT equipment, unmanned vehicles, and others. According to Avast experts, cybercriminals will protect spyware more effectively, making it much more difficult to detect them. Artificial intelligence versus humans Artificial intelligence technologies are actively used to protect against hacker attacks. The latter are increasingly responding with “courtesy” and using AI for their own ends. According to Avast Smart Home Report, in 2019, 44% of smart homes had at least one compromised equipment. In 2020, vulnerable IoT devices will increasingly integrate into intelligent botnets like Swarm to launch cyberattacks. It is possible that they will be able to make decisions without the participation of criminals and will be able to autonomously generate […]