So, it’s been July already. And since we are all working from home at the moment, many of us have heard of the emerging cybersecurity needs. In fact, cybersecurity and cybersecurity services have become the topic of interest, we hear about it from software engineers, IT employees to security professionals.
In 2020, a major cyberattack suspected to have been committed by a group backed by the Russian government penetrated thousands of organizations globally including multiple parts of the United States federal government, leading to a series of data breaches (source).
In 2021, cybersecurity consulting services are already looking into what could happen in the upcoming months, with many issues like large groups of employees returning to offices post-COVID19. Here’re are the three cybersecurity trends that you should look out for before 2021 ends.
While ransomware may have been at the top of the agenda at the US-Russia meeting, cybersecurity experts don’t expect attacks using crypto-locking malware assaults to go away anytime soon.
According to CoveWare, the average ransom payment in the first quarter of 2021 was $220,000, up to 43 percent from the previous quarter.