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Cybersecurity Threats 2020 -Full Documentary

Cybersecurity Threats 2020 -Full Documentary

Cybersecurity Threats to Watch Out for in 2020

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DigitalBank Vault ® Encryption Defensive Cyber Technologies. Cybersecurity Threats to Watch Out for in 2020 Phishing/Social Engineering Attacks. IoT-Based Attacks. Ransomware. Internal Attacks. Asynchronous Procedure Calls in System Kernels. Uneven Cybersecurity Protections. Unpatched Security Vulnerabilities and Bugs. DDoS Attacks.Cybersecurity 2020 -Full Documentary Cybersecurity threats in 2020 will target a plethora of emerging technologies. Technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and 5G will likely vastly affect and impact the cybersecurity landscape next year.

AI, for example, will likely be huge in 2020. At the very least, many vendors will claim they are using AI. However, as the technology becomes more widely implemented and accessible, more and more security threats will appear as algorithmic biases lead to security blind-spots.5G will also bring in new cybersecurity threats. The adoption of 5G will be uniformly widespread and attack surfaces will increase accordingly. After all, the higher bandwidth will allow hackers to launch wider and more powerful attacks that can cause more damage. Additionally, the opportunities for cyberattacks will increase, because 5G is the conversion to an all-software network.

The software comes with many cybersecurity vulnerabilities, so this will call for a reassessment of our security methods and structure. Cloud Storage Many companies migrated their data and information to the Cloud in 2019, assuming that this would help mitigate cybersecurity threats. However, simply moving your data to the Cloud does not guarantee that your data is safer in any manner. After all, one of the largest 2019 breaches, the Capital One breach, occurred when a hacker infiltrated the servers of a third-party Cloud computing company that Capital One used. This breach resulted in 106 million records exposed, and that will not be an isolated incident. Indeed, in 2020, Cloud Jacking will likely become a more prominent cybersecurity threat due to the increased use of Cloud Computing.

The infrastructure of Cloud security is going to increase in complexity as the attacks on Cloud services also grow more complex. In fact, in 2020, security will likely be one of the main deciding factors as to which third-party Cloud service organizations will go with. Phishing attacks are the bread and butter of cybersecurity threats. With all of the security gaps from this new technology, cyber-criminals are absolutely going to take the opportunity to launch phishing attacks on all platforms. Many schools and places of work fell victim to spear-phishing attacks in 2019. 2020 cybersecurity threats are going to be challenging, weird, and intense. Data breaches have not shown any sign of slowing down, and a slew of new technologies will prove to be challenging. We will need skilled professionals and average individuals with basic cyber hygiene to come together.

The strategy will need to be planned in advance and be active, not reactive. However, you, the average user, must also do your part in making sure you can spot phishing attempts. Additionally, you must implement MFA and strong passwords, as well as keep companies accountable when your data is mishandled.

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Phishing may be an old cybersecurity threat.

However, it will continue to persist in 2020 due to the sheer effectiveness of phishing attacks. In Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Digest Report, they reported that “90 percent of the data-loss incidents the team investigates have a “phishing or social engineering component” to them”. Indeed, many data breaches begin with a phishing campaign. After all, it only takes one employee clicking a phony leak to undermine an entire organization’s security efforts.

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