2022 Cybersecurity Predictions: Top Five Threats

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James Carder, CSO and VP of Labs and Matt Sanders, Director of Security

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2021 was a difficult year for security - and 2022 will likely be no different. From the recent Log4shell vulnerability to a growing remote workforce, CISOs will continue to have their hands full. However, being proactive and staying informed on potential threats can help security teams better prepare for them. In this webinar, LogRhythm’s CSO & VP of Labs, James Carder, and Director of Security, Matt Sanders, discuss their predictions for the top cybersecurity threats we will see this year. Watch this conversation on attacks we may see this year, including: • A leading country producing semiconductor chips will have its supply-chain compromised • Ransomware will halt the supply chain of a major vaccine manufacturer • Cybercriminals will leverage API vulnerabilities to breach multiple company networks at once • Hackers will blackmail Olympic athletes during the Beijing Olympics • Bonus! One of their predictions already happened! Speakers also share their recommendations for how security teams can be ready to defend against threats in 2022 and beyond. Watch today!

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