In its Threat Landscape Report for 2021 the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) lists the cyber threats that had the greatest impact on business and individuals in 2021. Statistics show is that almost all the threats from 2021 will persist in 2022, and more will come. Researchers report an increase in zero-day vulnerabilities as well as the complexity and sophistication of the codes and tactics, making them more difficult to detect. Read in our blog which were the main threats for 2021 and what to expect for 2022.
Most security restrictions could affect business processes, so companies whitelist their partners to relax security measures for them. However, whitelisting can leave the company vulnerable to threats such as supply chain attacks. Read in this blog post how this can be avoided.