Some cybersecurity experts say that complex cybersecurity challenges are coming in 2022, with new types of supply chain-related attacks and attacks aided by artificial intelligence.

Several cybersecurity experts offered their ideas about trends in cybersecurity and cyberattacks for 2022, with predictions all over the map. But supply chain attacks, where attackers infect third-party services used by many organizations, was one recurring theme.


“Many organizations rapidly adopted cloud technologies during the pandemic to enable remote working, noted” Archie Agarwal, founder and CEO at ThreatModeler

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