“Cyberattacks are forecast to rise again in 2023. Here are six trends to prioritize to help lessen your risk in 2023.”
Glenn Baruck, eDot
2022 was not a good year for businesses regarding cybersecurity attacks. According to analyst reports, data breach incidents caused by ransomware grew by over 40%, took over 40 days longer to identify and contain and cost companies in the US around twice the global average. Unfortunately, 2023 is projected to be as dangerous or worse. That’s the bad news; the good news is that there are pros who can help you identify cybersecurity and incident response trends allowing you to prepare and do a better job mitigating your cybersecurity risk.
In this piece for securityinfowatch.com, author Neil Ellis identifies six critical trends that companies should prioritize if they want to be better at mitigating their cybersecurity risk in the upcoming year.