22 Nov 2022

The cyber game is now an entire underground economy wrapped around cyberattacks. Thanks to increased international friction and the activity of groups such as Lapsus$, cybercriminals have upped the ante on cybercrime in order to turn a profit. Atakama the pioneer in multifactor encryption outlines its top cybersecurity predictions for 2023, compiled from its CEO, Daniel H. Gallancy, and team of experts.

IoT blends with shadow IT to make a security headache - With 43 billion devices connected to the internet in 2023, attackers have no shortage of targets. Although IoT devices can provide productive capabilities in commercial environments, risks abound. Manufacturers prioritise convenience and consumer-like appeal over security fundamentals. Unsurprisingly, devices are often deployed with weak or default credentials.