Malwarebytes 2022 Threat Review Report

Presented by

Adam Kujawa, Director of Malwarebytes Labs, Malwarebytes

About this talk

2021 was the year that malware returned with a vengeance, but it was also the year that cybersecurity became a matter of national security. In this webinar, security evangelist, Adam Kujawa, dives into the findings of the Malwarebytes 2022 Threat Review. The session covers the latest threats, attack trends and privacy breaches that effected the sprawling cybersecurity landscape over the past year, focusing on how a deeper understanding of threats can bolster overall cyberprotection. Key report findings include: - How the pandemic effected cybercrime and the resulting ‘covid bounce’ across operating systems - Why 2021 will be known as the ‘year of surveillance’ with spikes in stalkerware and spyware and what to watch out for in 2022 - How technical debt has led to largescale attacks, the role of patching, and the need for change - What threats to expect in 2022 based on the threat and attack trends of the past year

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