In 2021 and beyond, we predict that cyber criminals will find new and innovative ways to attack individuals, homes and devices, in order to find a path to the corporate network.
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Cyber criminals have found success using stolen usernames and passwords available on underground forums to compromise organizations' passwords.
With more employees working at home without some of the network-based protections available through the corporate office, attackers will focus on vulnerabilities on their systems.
Working from home has become a norm for many businesses and has changed the profile of the software and services an average company relies on.
Expect to see the market start to heavily push back against IoT devices that collect personal data, and pressure government representatives to regulate the capabilities of these devices.
In 2021, we believe the dearth of major smart car attacks will be broken and a hacker will leverage smart chargers to do it.
The pandemic forced us all to adopt remote work practically overnight, and the era of home-based workforces will continue through 2021 and beyond.
Threat actors now have an abundance of tools to help them craft convincing spear phishing emails that trick victims into giving up credentials or installing malware.
Spear phishing is an attack technique that involves highly targeted and convincing malicious emails that include specific and accurate details about a particular individual or role at a company.